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I have recently been confronted with a situation t*ich I want to ahare 
with tha Anti-Defamation fasena. T am in business jfor myself, eclling 



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business with a lir. Maurfee Anderson *feo oparataa XiHgallon & Company, 
Bofinero and S melters, irA6omTI( J l at tha sane addrooe. Mr. Andaraon 



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, Tha bueineee that I carry on with Mr. 

ooeaalonal purchase of antiqtita and silver. 

In tha process of thia ooeaalonal business relationship, 
of tha faat that Andaraon haa a son, Jfcul Andereon, how 
I understand further that Mr. Anderson 
that tha boy haa been tha subject of a good doal of bio 
tha father and Mother. Several eourt hearinge hare been 
for deep-felt argueente with regard to what the boy eh 
not be able to do. I imderstand farther that Paul And 
la Mr. mean of OlsenASbaan, itoo operatea a chain of 
stores, with ho adqdirfa l jg "Sna the Bopublio Bldg., 20? S. 
outlets throughout the middle-Wast. 

X understand that Paul Andaraon Uvea with hie grandfa 
I believe they reside somewhere on lake Shore Drive. 

Over a period of time, X have learned that Paul Anderaon 
travela to Switearland where ha preaiaMWy attanda^aaae ' 
About a year ago, following Paul«e return from Switaar* 
from general eonvereatlon that tha boy apparently wee 
with Hitler and Hitleriem and sounded off in a scewehat 
Xevertheless, at leaet at that time, he did not say 
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About a week ago, in a general chat with Paul Anderaon, 
question of the primary battle for senator in the state 
He bet me that McCarthy would win. On September 9, we i 
tion about polltlce and Paul began to harangue me about 
destroying Dresden. X mentioned the six million Jews f 
and he •poo-pboed" this claim, saying that it was only 
by Hitler in destroying Communists. He then began to at 
and the conversation took the shape of dlacusaing other < 
in the Jewieh community In America, all of ahom he categ 
»international bankera and high f inanceera running the 





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Uthen told hi* X'wcRild; get .some literature, sotting ithe record- straight, , 
with' regard jio'ftfiakttrterCiad^iW'-.lltet the' following mornii^,/Septeaber 
10, he exhibited 1 a 1 good>oeaX of blatantly an^^eaitle literature, .giving 
me copies »'cf . 'some of vthe items, Including Prank «Brittoi»»e "Behind :Co*aunisa,» 
the cartoon "Stop Vewl^lkrlJaiiisa^jVdiatiributedjby Pioneer Hews Service/ , 
■Ikie 'Eisenhower" smear' cards circulated >hy 'Smiths Patriotic- Tract. Society, 
literature eaanifing fr«<Einar,Aberg and,the>lijce.i Iftwas very apparent ' 
that this boy has \bb<m; full? <cacposed to the coaplete gaaut of anti^Seaitic 
literature, available in Aaerica f • > \ «. . ,« , - • t, • '' 



.whose hope 'is\ to »ddf b&itorleit -what ;Hitt:er*;dW;for;GMaany'.»'f He alsoiis 




cooperating in the .distribution .'of 'literature Vlike ;,ihe above-mentioned 
»Stop i Jewi»h^bari«i'!VHe i ; to3^lM.\^tfjM;h«i^ / -bo^s<of:t^i8spa?tieiflar 
item and waslnow circulating ihea through *' the ttails all-over the country, 

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In spite of ovq^, f ^ ' •■ 

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and, the boy harbors tblatant views;, I tmaeratandithaVin about' four, weeks . 
he will "bei returning -/to' Switzerland f or furthefc, schooling; Nevertheless, , 
beoauseshe, continues/ to coae> backl^to .Chicagb^I feel 'pertain thatUho 
represents V sigriif leant -aource /of. intensive circulation of anti-Seaitio 
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do .want< to, make 

. League to do'ani,, ,._, . s r - - , . -,. ,>. . ,. 

' with Er.\-Mders6n,?SrU ^.Obvio^&^tfeV^^ 

-who*know^ of '.paul 5 Vtt&rsentm altitudes,? ^Shbiad f ( anybhesiapproaoythe boy, /or 
! his father* or grandfather,' 'questioning* tnea«abbuv those attitudes, it : would 
W apparen^to thea .^ 

ftl this atageV, ^t^^i«^;bnV,'ino«en'taUykai^are of tfao whole situati&u 
iftes does not .know tha^ l^have come' tb)^he^fhti-Pefaaation ^oague, with this 
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peace Charter". Despite this flea only 2 senators out of 91 had the intestinal fortitude 
to stano up and be counted as against this Jewish hoax, what is it that organized world 

JEWRY POSSESSES WHICH CAUSES THE UNITED STATES SENATE, TO DO ITS BIDDING? 

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"You (Jews) shall', be plle4 Men, but the other peoples; in the world shNL^ 
^ot be called Men buttafye, 1 ' Babat mezia, pag§ 144 b. 

"the non*km m mted jot the service oj the. hw, flwy must flow, sew, 
md, dijf, mouit bind siji ani grind, Tht km m crealtd to jM all this 
prepared jar tyem? Beraehojh, page' 58 a, 

"All non-Jews shall become, slave? to the, Jews, Every Jew &ha)l softe; 
day have &000 non-Jewish slaves," Sanhedrin, page. 104 a. 

"Jfeftu&A, k$< given up the honJetvbft peoples to the hw, deflowering oj 
bon-Jewish wom% therefore, does not fall under the penl-code" 

* * Kethubotll, page 4 b, 

"When you kill non-Jews, you kill them all, from old men to childrefl's 
children, because such, is the commandment, and it is, no doubt, the will of 
Yahwcb that all non-Jews shall be murdered, even the littl* children with their 
parents and parents parents without exception. This 1 commandment one find"* 
anywhere in Iho Thorn (^the Pentateuch, The Editor-)" 

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Beginning back la the Fall, 1#2, we beeaae interested in subject. At that 
tias, Andersen, «4y 17* ^latant2y expressed hiaself in a aost anti«8eaitie 
ffttlf c !?S* t !i£ lplt * ^ *» n * taow » *»** #*«•«# «<* was known to be 
VSPSJ? **" **£*!, ** #7S« Dearborn, We subsequently learned that 
he was taking sens schooling in S»iigerland and that he was a grandson of 

2?!V£ ^f 11 £ J**** * ™ n Jf*** 3«aUT operation in this seetcr. Bis 
f ather,Ma»riee Anderson, was also in the jewelry business and -was an antique 
dealer and art collector, fturents divorced. 

On a few occasions since that tine, wo had heard that he was traff icing with 
!£°Neli£*"* * r ° Und tt * *"****> "°^ apecifloelly, jsustace Mullins and 

On September 2k, he caae into our office, identified hiaeelf as rJ findflram^_ 
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hunch he was not really a "student" as he had led her to believe, 1 intro- 
duced ayself, iwnsdiately suspecting that he Bight bo Saul, and was struck 
ST ft HP handshake he proftred, I asked .bin why he was interested in 
•hate" literature and he said he wanted to see what it was that we and other 
groups were attaoklng, 1 asked cos of the girla to bring in sons samles, 
figuring that I would play the situation by ear. Ihile we waited, hTaade 
crowrsation, o^izsing i» about the »m, the People* group which had Just 

m^JLJ^STS*? ^i^S 80 :. J j£* *"»™*e noneoasJftal and then asked 
hia what he knew 'about **•, the Mothers", He pretended to be unfamiliar 
and J figured I had had enough of his gate and told Ma to stop pleMag gsaes 
with m, because he damn weU did know who the "Mothers* were, etc. He 
JSfJTff! 1 ^ ^ ** U ^S tojmng out there quite a bit and conceded 

+ J? was Paul Andersoi, In short order, he lot hie hair dowa and spelled 
out bis philosophy* 

He is working closely with Mister Nelson and Mister Mullins and has been for 
soae tlas. He shares thsirTEeoftes about hcwThewfaite elite Bust take 
over control of the worM. Jhe tine is not yt ripe, but they will know what 
to do when the right tine cones. That tiae say be on the occasion of an 

SS^JS^^i* 1 Ia ? U '****> the Bast, or when unites in eonaunities 
like Chicago have no aore place to flee from the aongrel blacks, lhouA he 

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to know what is happening to them, being mere interested la such trivia as 
the Hhite Sox winning tho pennant. They are not at all unhappy that they 
have no mass following, since it is merely important presently to keep their 
lines of conaunioation open throughout the world* working on key people* 

He announced that Mis tor Nelson is nor operating the "Trtttheeeker," formerly 
handled by Charlie asltn, a "wonderful old nan, who was recently in Europe *" 
Kelson operates this from Chicago, said Anderson* I needled hi* about the 
X manner in which he kepi calling these boas "Mister", wondering why he had 
to talk so about his good friends, Max and Eustace* He nraebled sons thing 
about Mr* Khrushchev and Mr* Elsenhower, so I lot it drop* He lectured no 
on the guilt of the Jews in re Cosmunism and integration and cited headline 
stories for no to "prove 9 his points* No natter what tack I took In picking 
his argunents to pieces* he had a pat answer for everything* X observed 
that he had such of the technique of a well disciplined Conaunlst s Isle s ki H e n 
dialectician* Be proudly conceded that be eould discuss Marxian with the 
host of then because of his extensive studies* 

Be bragged about his many foreign trips and the laportant people that he has 
soon* Tamed jw that even though he could be picked up for street ahtl-Ssnitisn 
in West Ocrneny, leaders he spoke with in the government agreed with nany of 
his beliefs* So also in Sweden and other European countries* He acknowledged 
that there probably it a certain amount of anti-Semitism behind the Iron Curtain 
and explained that this was a coneequonoe of the nasses finally waking up to 
the machinations of the Jews and those Jews who are still prominent In Cosmunlst 
regimes will be toppled and "thrown to las people* when tho current masters 
find it propitious* 

He and his colleagues could easily get well-paying jobs in places like Cairo 
in the area of propaganda writing* Didn't X know that Mulllns had already been 
doing that kind of workt Z sardonically suggested that since they had to wait 
an uncertain tine for <$er Tag", why the hell didn't they all take these lush 
jobs at foreign spots, so they eould at least livs it up during the intsrim* 
He grunted something vagus* As far as his own nalntenanos, he denied any 
financial help from his father or grandfather, stating that he recently got a 
$U0 birthday gift fron his grandpa, to apply on the purchase of a suit* He 
inferred that his family, though sympathetic to nany of his beliefs, didn't 
go along fully with then* They are agnostics, said Bawl* I sought to needle 
him more about his own likely deficiencies as a leador of the elite* Wasn't 
he near-sighted like I am, and wasn't myopia inheritablst He heatedly shouted 
that he was just near-sighted, not Inheritable, and nothing in his physical 
makeup could contribute to mongrel offspring* Nevertheless, if it was to be 
decided that ho had a bad . physical trait which could endanger the elite, he 
would accept sterilisation* 

I wondered about other inters at s that hs might have, expressing mock sorrow 
at his singular existence* He doesn't oars for liquor, but he doss like sex* 
Z asked him about the reputation that Mulllns has in sons oirolee and with 
irritation hs asked if Z nesnt homosexuality. Z responded by reminding him 
about remarks on that score by people like Ids Silling* He heatedly poo-pood 
any edeh possibility* giving me his own personal assurance that he has been 
with Eustace many times in houses of prostitution* out in Caluast City, and 
what not* This area of interest found him acre excitable than on any other 
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I good-naturedly asked if he had ordered naas ojaantities, hut he soiled 
grimly and noted that a few reproductions had been sent around* Be wanted 
to know whether their group froa P.O.Box 1765 eould subscribe to the ADL 
Bulletin and I thought that such was unquestionably likely- just write to 
New York. Hew Tork aay consequently lock forward to that thrilling aoaentt 

Van Hynins and her "Hcthers 8 and outfits like Gerald L. X. arith are idiots 
who are TrtAually doing the work of the aeu Anti-flueridators probably do 
go teo far* but don't the Jews have a peculiar affinity for unusual drugs? 
Those few Negroes who are 'successes" prove nothing since they cone fro* 
nothing - no culture, no anything* They mast be reaoved* There is not need 
for intensive anti-Catholic writfc«& at present, because at the right tins 
they will be easily disposed of. 

Thi* went on for two and a-fcalf hours. I must confess that he intrigued *e 
at I aight have been entranced by a virulent snake* He is exceptionally 
well dressed, good vocabulary, and attractive-looking* About 6* tall, 
wavy blond hair, alaoet golden in hue, horn-riaraed glasses, brown eyes, 
about 165 or 170 pounds* 1 jddded Ma about his brora eyes, exposing ay 
own baby bines, and stated that 1 probably fit the Aryan pattern better 
than he did. Ke just sailed. 

Although we aay not have learned a great deal froa this incident, it at 
least deaonstrates a very good reason why we ought keep an eye on Ma in 
the future* Matt Kbehl is part of thoir operation and he said something 
about Matt doing a good deal of traveling in recent days* They are looking 
toward to an expected »exposure«« story in Look llagasine, claiaing that 
they knew that Look people have been snooping around this area recently* 

As you will note, 1 aa sending a copy of this report to the Chicago ?BI* 

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POLICE STATE TERROR ON LINCOLN AVENUE 

When writer and publicist Eustace Mull ins announced that he was writing 
a biography of his friend, the stormy poet Ezra Pound, F* B, I. agents 
called him and warned him to say nothing against the JFVB. L in the book. 
Mull ins, 36, of 2239 North Lincoln Avenue, Chicago, former public 
relations counselor for the Chicago Motor Club, replied that he would 
relate in the Pound biography the story of the F. B. L agents who called 
on him in V/ashington ten years ago, and demanded that he stop lobbying 
Congressmen to help Ezra Pound. Mull ins had been trying to interest 
political leaders in the plight of the poet, then held as a political 
prisoner in St* Elizabeth's, V/ashington, U* G* + Pound was released 
in 1958. 

Mullins also said he would relate in the book that many of Pound's 
visitors were intimidated by the F. B. I. As a result, F. B. I. agents 
listed Mullins as a "recalcitrant, " who would not cooperate. They 
began a 24 -hour surveillance of his apartment which has now lasted two 
years. Agents often park in the alley behind the apartment house, and 
frequently interrogate his neighbors. Several of the neighbors moved after 
agents told them that Mullins kept large quantities of dynamite in his 
apartment, and that the entire building might go up at any time. The 
janitor is terrified, and Mullins 1 landlord threatens to cancel his lease. 

Mullins says he is fed up with living under these siege conditions. He 
had his phone disconnected a year ago, he says, because U I am shy about 
p peaking before large audiences." He does not answer his door bell, 
and his mail is frequently torn open, arriving several days late* 

This summer, while Mullins was visiting in Michigan, he allowed an elderly 
couple to use his Chicago apartment* Two carloads of F. B. I. agents sur- 
rounded them in the alley, and took their car keys. The terrorized couple 
drove back to Michigan by jump-starting the car. (Affidavits on request. ) 

"Hundreds of people are living under these siege conditions in America, " 
says Mullins, "just because they have been unfortunate enough to offend > _ 
some commissar in Washington. " He points out that J. Edgar Hoover has 
the only private army in the United States, and that he can send 50 or 100 
armed men after any individual at any time. Hoover may be prey to increas- 
ing depression as he considers how every secret police chief in the 
twentieth century has died by violence. 

Hoover's vast personal power has been built on the myth of his fight 
against Communist subversion, says Mullins, but the achievements of the 
F. B. I. in this field have largely been due to press agents, and consist of 
victories against old-maid school teachers and librarians. Not one member 
of the Soviet Fourth Bureau, the best-trained espionage group in the world 
has ever been apprehended in the United States, although it is known that they 
operate here. The arrest of Col. Abel was hailed as a great victory, but 
he was an incompetent agent in semi-exile, whom the Soviets exposed to 
get rid of him. 

Mullins asks that the F. B. I. be abolished, and its files turned over to the 
Pentagon. "The struggle against Communist subversion is essentially a 
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America with the kind of immunity from all moral and political laws which 
has been granted to the F. B. I. » he points out. No. F. B. I. agent has ever 
been dismissed for immorality, but no one who has seen them in action 
could believe that they are free from the corruption which infests other* 
Federal bureaus. The arrogance and un-American activities of the F. B. I. 
have come under heavy fire from many American businessmen, educators 
and religious leaders. Banker Cyrus Baton has denounced their vicious 
actions. 

Meanwhile, Mullins continues to live under: constant harassment, i'lhave 
gotten used to it," he says, "but the terrorizing of my neighbors and my 
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to keep us posted on some of the activities taking place 
at the headquarters of the n rfe« the Mothers! 1 * 537 South 
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a boy named Paul Anderson, living on Lake Shore Drive, 
has been visiting the headquarters of the "We, the Mothers" 
on frequent occasions* It appears that he has been desirous 
of securing every conceivable kind of anti-Semitic litera- 
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I further understand that he has literally crawled all over the premises, 
climbing up on high shelves and the like, discovering all kinds of old 
literature which has not been used by the "Mothers" for quite some time* 

Several days ago, we received a report from our Mew Tork office indicating 
that another item, originally disseminated by the Pioneer News Service, 
had suddenly appeared in Philadelphia* I am attaching a photostated copy 
of this particular item, marked No* £♦ At this moment, I do not know 
whether this was distributed locally in Philadelphia or whether it was sent 
td Philadelphia from some other point, more than likely Chicago* I am try- 
ing to run down the exact details on this aspect of the proposition* 



P ioneer Nete ^gigmrJlgg *as the original enterprise of a man named 
good portion of his "literature" employed the technique < rf anti- Semitic 



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cartoons like exhibits h and 5* According to our records, [ 

from anti-Semitic activity back in 19U7>*at which time he ti 

mailing list and literature to the M Pfe, the Mothers* 1 organization* Tou 

will note in the aforementioned Mewberger statement that young Anderson 

indicated he possessed 500 copies of the cartoon item (No*U) and planned 

to. circulate them through the mails all oynr the r.rmntrv* — Ha^anqarently 

is getting the cooperation and counse l of 

activity* Tou may remember | l a; 

in anti-Semitic involvements for more than a decade* He was one of the 

sedition indictees in the famous case of a n umber of y ears ago* It appears 

very likely that Anderson, working with both l I and elements up at 

the "We, the Mothers 11 headquarters, has now secured a 

various kinds of literature, much of which includes 

Pioneer News Service articles* The latter items have had virtually no 

circulation in the last four or five years* As a consequence, I strongly 

suspect that Anderson probably sent the item which appeared in Philadelphia 

and may also be appearing in other parts of the country* 



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whatever action you consider appropriate* I want to add one note, reoues 
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has asked of us* By the same token 

with Anderson Sr*, should be considered in a confidential fashion* A lthough 

we have not received any infonaation directly from him, I gather from 

that Rotter prefers not to be embarrassed in the situation* NftVftrtheiass*. 

there i s no reason why your office cannot interrogate either | 

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and I trust that that proposition can be treated with the utmost confidence* 

If there is any other data which* I can submit to you, please do not hesitate 
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Anti -Defamation League of 
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327 South LaSalle Street 
Chicago k> Illinois 



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Your letter of October 10, 1952, together 
with its enclosures, has been reoelved 
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tion. 

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This will supplementjj^ietter of October 10, 

that letter] we wertf advised that Anderson 
planned to go to Switzerland for further school- * 
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on October 27 ♦ 

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November 12, 1952 



Feot Finding Department 
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'jrith 
32? Bouth LaSalle Street 
Chicago kt Illinois 



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Thia will acknowledge raoelpt of your letter of November 1*, 
1952. 

Your interest and courtesy in forwarding this information 
are indeed appreciated. 

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FACTS OF COMPLAINT: About 1 year/5go, Su657'callqft complnt on phone and asged for 

her daughter I I saying he ^as a friend of daughter ♦ Made numerous 

calls and finally tiBiCe3~her to teve dinne r yjth him at the HILTON ho tel Trfhere he 

was believed to be living* I _ ~lin as mch as she 
did not know subl and daughter denied knowing him' either. SkW Some months later 

| l a subscription to a magazine 

called JOH« "NEWS". About three months, ago, copi es of this magazine started arriving 
every two weeks* Complnt says it has printing in RUSSIAN and appears to be mailed tvc 1 
some over s eas point. It is printed In English however and bears highly laudatory 
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4300 North Lake Shore Drive 

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U»S«State Department Custo m 
Address of Complainant House, Chicago 
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Telephone Number of Complainant 

3:00P.M., 11/6/54 

Date and Time Complaint Received 



description of subject: White; male; date of birth, April 11, 1936, Chicago; 
6'; 175 lbs.; blue eyes, blond hair. 

FACTS OF complaint: Complainant advised he had been instructed by teletype f rom 
his Washington Headquarters to pick up subject's passport in view of state- 
ments made to his draft board; Local Draft Board No. 25. Chicago, indica - 
ting he might possibly leave the United States to^evade military service. 
Complainant stated he had summoned subject €ti his office this date and 
subject had willingly surrendered his passport and told complainant that 
he had been planning to travel in Czechoslovakia. East Germany and Russ ia 
and had bragged, that he had recently been expelled from Berne, Switzerland, 
by the authorities for political activity. Subject told complainant 
he is a member of the National Renaissance Party whicji is a Fascist organi- 
sation .with frhe motto "We will do for Amftrtca, what Hitlftr did for (tai-many . " 
In the conversation, subject told complainant that the United States -f •'. 
supposedly is in extradision agreement with Canada and he might go ther e 
and become a Canadian citizen. Complainant stated that the subject f s par- 
ents are allegedly divorced and living in Europe, and he resides with hi s 



grandfather, CLARENCE OLSON, who is a partner in Olson and Kban Jewelers 
at 201 South State Street. Indices reflect a PAUL ANDERSON in 105-0-24 83. 
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1954, :r.e permission to leave the United States. 

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for photostating and the 
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regard to one PAUL ANDEBSON. 



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and that thftrft wpa tint .any Selective Service question 

Involved ♦ 1 Istated that there would be 

no question of a Selective Service violation in regard 
to the subject unless and until he left the United 
^States without permission from his local board. 

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There is attached one Photostat of a self-explanatory f 
letter dated November $ 9 19$k> to the State Director of Selective 
Service, Chicago, Illinois, from Local Board 25, Chicago, Illinois, 
which^wafs received by the Bureau through liaison channels from 
JJolt>nel Daniel Oaser^, General Counsel, Selective Service ^stesa. 

You are instructed -to institute a ^security-type investigation 
concerning the subject's activities and associations. You should 
also ascertain the details of passport $k7979$ which he -reportedly 
has in his possession. 

The Bureau's Tiles do not reflect any Identifiable inforaation 
relating to the subject based upon the information which is set -forth 
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for Europe and returning to the United States in 1955 "or, 1956. 
On November 6j 1954* subject turned in Passport No. 479795 at 
the local office of the United States State Department. Sub- 
ject reported to have been involved in a conspiracy to overthrow 
the Yugoslavian Government and was- expelled from Switzerland 
for this reason. Informant advised ANDERSON had worked for the 
"We the Mothers" organization in .Chicago and subject has stated 
he definitely is not a Communist. Subject reported a member •' 
of the National Renaissance Party which has the motto; "We 
will do for America what HITLER did for Germany" ♦ ^ANDERSON 
reportedly bragged about his -association with Communists and 
.Fascists in France and Switzerland* According to informant, 
subject was of the understanding he can evade the draft in the 
, ■ United States', by, going into Canada and he is willing to give- 
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, T-l, of known reliability, advised on November 6, 1954* 
that PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON' had been expelled' from Switzerland for 
political activity and is a member of the National, Renaissance 
Party which, has the "motto: "We will o!& for America, what HITLER 

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I. BACKGROUND 

A* Birth 'Data. 



On December 1, 19$k> SE f | caused a- be 

Search to be made of the records, or tne cook county Bureau of b7c 

Vital Statistics which disclosed that Certificate No. 13529 

was filed April 23, 1936. ■ This -certificate disclosed that PAUL 

GEORGE ANDERSON was bom April '11, 1936, Chicago. , 

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I I of the apartment building 

at 1;300 North Marine Drive, Chicago, Illinois, advised on November, 
29,. 195I4., that to the best of his knowledge subject is not currently 
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advised that* subject resides with his grand- 
father, GEORGE CLARENCE OLSEN, at 1*300 North Marine Drive, Chicago. 

Former Resi dence 

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T-2, a government agency, advised on -December 1, 19$kt . 
that subject claims that because of a broken home he has had to 
shift for himself since he was about 13 years of age' and. has resided 
and travelled in both the United States. and Europe.^ 

D. Education 

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T-3, a reliable and confidential source, furnished the 

following information in November, 1951+ * " 

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"' " " ANDERSON attended three years of high school and did not 
graduate* He attended several European trade and commercial high 
schools, which are as follows: 

Humboltaniura 
Schlosslistrasse 23, 
Bern, Switzerland ' 



Kantonale 

Volksschule, Koniz-Liebefeld 

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• ANDERSON claims to, have received private instruction 
In Europe in the German language (3-1* yrs.)» French (1 yr.), and 
also in such subjects as European Culture, Fascism, Raceism, and 
Communism* 

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be made of the credit records of the Chicago Credit Bureau, Inc., 
which reflected no information cone erning "PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON. 



On November 30, 19 5U* Patrolma n f I Chicago 



Police Department, advised S | | that their department had 



no record of PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON. 

F» Relatives 

T-3, supra, advised In November, 1951** that ANDERSON 
h^as the following relatives: 

GEORGE CLARENCE OLSEN (grandfather) 
; resides at 1^300 North Marine Drive 
•Chicago, Illinois j Is associated 
with Olsen and Ebann Jewelers, 
201 South State Street, 
Chicago, Illinois 



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Pather: MAURICE ANDERSON 

born: Chicago, Illinois 
age: 36 (1936) 

Mother: ADELE OLSEN ANDERSON 

born: Chicago, Illinois 
age:. 32 (1936) 



supra, advised that subjects parents, have 

been divorced ror many" years* 

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ANDERSON intends to meet his mother, Mrs. ADELE ANDERSON, 
who resides intermittently in Europe, but explained that he "hates" 
his mother and has no plans of residing with her. He indicated his 
mother represents a great deal pi ; wealth. 

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ANDERSON'S income is about $15 per week which he receives 
from his father,- MAURICE ANDERSONS ANDERSON refused to disclose 
to informant how he expected to finance this trip to Europe. 

T-2, supra, on December 1, 1951{.» advised that ANDERSON 
seems to have an intense desire to be independent of his grand- 
father,, mother, and father. 

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B'rith, advised SA I | in October, 1952, that he had *b7c 

learned that MAURICE ANDERSON, father of PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON, had 
operated Killgallan and Company, Refiners and Smelters,, Room 1101, 
31 North State Street, Chicago. 

II. ACTIVITIES AND AFFILIATIONS 

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Intention to leave United States 

*» T-3* supra, furnished the following information in 
November, 1954 * 

PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON intended to leave the United States 
by leaving Chicago on November 13* 195U> £°r Scotland by travelling t . , 
through Canada, ANDERSON, upon arrival in Europe, intended to visit 
England, France, Switzerland, Czechoslovakia, East Germany ; and 
Russia. ANDERSON declined to state the nature of his trip but advised 
he would have no trouble visiting in Europe if he so desires. ANDERSON 
indicated if it was convenient for him he. would return to the United 
States for a visit during the summer of 1955 and probably'' re turn 
permanently to this country in the summer of 1956* ANDERSON was 
definite that he was going to leave the United States. ANDERSON 
refusedto furriish the informant any information regarding a forward- 
ing address where he could be reached if he left Chicago ♦ According 
to the informant, ANDERSON carried Passport No. i|79795 and the date 
of his flight on his plane reservation was open. 

^Special Agent in Charge M. E. BRIGGS, United States State 
Department, U.S. Customhouse, Chicago, Illinois, advised on December 
1, 1951*> that subject had turned in his Passport No. 1^79795 on 
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politic al Beliefs and' Activity 

T-3, supra, in November, 19$kt furnished the following 
information: 

. ANDERSON claimed when he was 16 years of age he was 
considered a boy genius in connection with an allegation (nature 
of allegation not indicated) that he was involved in a conspiracy 
to overthrow the Yugoslavian Government and for this reason he 
was put out of Switzerland. ANDERSON indicated that he was 
interested in 'reviving the Bolshevik Regime. ANDERSON indicated 
td the informant that he had worked for "We the Mothers Against 
War". ANDERSON stated he definitely was. not a Communist. 

T-24., of known reliability, advised on May $, 1953* that 
"Women's Voice" is the official publication of "We the Mothers 
Mobilize for America, Inc." which was founded in Chicago in 19lj.l 
dnd has been profanely anti-Semitic, anti-British, -anti -Communist, 
anti-UN, and ant i-EISENHOWER .Administration and Mrs. LYRL CLARK 
VAN HYNING is the leader and head of this organization. Informant 
stated that the organization is pro-German and its publication 
"Women's Voice" follows the organization's views. 

T-k> supra, on October II4., 1952, advised that he had 
learned the following information regarding PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON: 

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u ANDERSON was yery much impressed with HITLER and 

Hitlerism. ANDERSON has displayed to others anti-Semitic liter- 
ature which he has had in his possession. Subject has stated 
that he is associated with the National Renaissance Party whose 
hope is to "do for America, what HITLER did f or Geiiaany" • He, is 
also acquainted with Mrs. VAN HYNING of "We the Mothers", organiza- 
tion in Chicago. 

T-l, supra, on November 6, 195^» furnished the following 
information: ' 

Subject was planning to travel in Czechoslovakia, East 
Germany, and Russia and had bragged that he had recently been 
expelled from Bern, Switzerland, by the authorities for political 
activity. ANDERSON claimed that he is a member of the National 
Renaissance Party .which is a Fascist organization with the motto: 
"We will do ror America what HITLER dijd— for Germany". 

T-5, of known reliability, advised in July, 195>3> that 
tthe National Renaissance 'Party > originated in I9I4.8 by JAMES H. 
MADOLE, and he has maintained leadership of this Party. 1 Informant 

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believed that the National Renaissance Party is restricted to 
the New York area but efforts have been made to organize other 
groups from time to time in, cities like Chicago. The Party's 
publication is known as "National Renaissance Bulletin", T-5 
stated that MABOLE has gathered a group of pro-German, anti-Semitic 
radicals into this Party some of whom have been active for years 
in other pro-German organizations in New York City. T-5 concluded 
that although it appears that the National Renaissance Party is 
solely a -New York City organization being used to spread anti- 
Semitic propaganda, it is his belief the National Renaissance Party 
could be part of a large world-wide plan to discredit the present 
German Government and hinder the United States State Department 
in its plans for unification of Western Europe. 

T-2, supra, on December 1, 195*J-> furnished the following 
information: 

ANDERSON, while in Europe, became very interested in the 
Fascist movement and considered himself an intellectual conservative. 
The subject openly bragged about his association with Communists 
and Fascists in Paris, France, and Switzerland. ANDERSON stated 
that if you associated with the Communists and Fascists in Paris 
you could always pick up loose money. ANDERSON displayed to the 
informant a membership card in the National Renaissance party -which 
he claimed is not on the Attorney General's list. However, ANDERSON 
believed that this Party was in the process of being placed on this 
list. ANDERSON indicated that the National Renaissance 'Party is 
run by a man by the name of MEDDLE and the National Renaissance 
Party has a member by the name of KURT MERTIG, who, according to 
ANDERSON, was a defendant in a sedition trial in 19lj.2. ANDERSON 
stated that while in Switzerland in the City of Bern he lived with 
a Yugoslavian (whose name' he could not or would not recall) who 
participated in an attempt to overthrow the present Yugoslavian 
Government. For this reason, ANDERSON was advised by the Bern 
police to leave Bern until the situation cleared itself. ANDERSON 
further indicated to the informant there are far too many people 
voting in the United states and that the voting populace of the 
United States should be limited by their intelligence. 

Selective Service Status 

T-l, supra, advised on November 6, 19$kt fc kat ANDERSON 
may leave the United States to evade military service. 

T-2, supra, advised on .December 1, 195^» that they had 
learned the following information: / 

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a ANDERSON claims that the Selective Service Board in < 
Illinois has not taken any men under 21 years of age for induc- 
tion during the past, three years. ANDERSON claims that he has 
never had a physical examination for Selective Service and that 
he was of the understanding that there is no extradition agree- 
ment between the United States and Canada and that he could - 
easily slip over the border to Canada and evade the draft at any 
time he so desired. 

T-3, supra, advised in November, 19$kt that ANDERSON 
claims he does not wish to avoid the draft. According to the 
informant, if it was convenient for him he would return to the 
United States In 1955 or 1956. 

Sacrifice of Citizenship 

T-3, supra, furnished the following information in 
November, 195&» which is as follows: 

ANDERSON advised informant he is willing to give up 
his citizenship although he was born in the United States as 
he intends to leave this country even if it is necessary for him 
to sacrifice his citizenship. 

T-2, supra, advised on -December 1, 195^* that ANDERSON'S 
purpose In going to Switzerland or Prance was to study and that should 
the heed arise he would be perfectly willing to give up his American 
citizenship to evade the draft. 
1. 
Associates 

T-3, supra, advised in November, 195^» that ANDERSON 

was contemplating leaving Chicago on November li, 195i+» for Cedar 

Rapids, Iowa, and will visit a girl friend (name not furnished) 
there who is employed in TV work. 

T-2, supra, advised on December 1, 195U# that ANDERSON 
had Indicated that during his c ontemplated trip to Europe his 



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Field and Company, Chicago. 

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14.300 North Marine Drive, Chicago, advised on November 29, 195lj-» b7( 

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has resided in the building. I l atated that during the 

time subject has lived in the building he has spent about 3 or 
I? years in Europe study ing and that his mother, ADELB ANDERSON, 
is presently in Europe. - | | kriew nothing unfavorable 

regarding ANDERSON and had no reason to question his loyalty to 
the United States and di^ not believe he Was engaged in any type 
of subversive activity. 



1^300 North Marine 

Drive, advised on November ay, ±9i>4, tnat ne nas known the subject 
and his family for the past 11 years. He indicated he knew nothing 
unfavorable reg arding ANDER SON and believed him to be loyal to the 
United States, I ~~l did not believe subject was engaged in 
any type of subversive activity, , 

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T-6, another Government agency that conducts personnel 
and intelligence investigations, 'advised on December 21, 19$k» that 
they had no information concerning PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON, 

T-7, another Government agency that conducts personnel 
and intelligence investigations, advised on December 2, 19$kt that 
they had no information concerning PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON. 

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of Communist activity in the Chicago area, advised on December 8, 
1955., that he had no information concerning PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON, 



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MAURICE ANDERSON, GEORGE CLARENCE OLSEN; and | | except 

that which is noted herein. 



III. 'DESCRIPTION 

The following is a physical, description of the subject 
obtained from T-3, supra,, in November, 1951*.: 

Name: PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON 

Sex: Male 

Race: White 

Birth: April 11, 1936 

Chicago, ^Illinois 

Residence: 4300 North Marine Drive 

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AIMINISrRATIVE 

SAC M. E. BRIGGS, United States State Department, Custom- 
house, Chicago, advised on December 1, 195U» that subject had turned 
in' Passport No. 1*79795 afc their ;request on November 6, 1?5U., and 
this passport has been forwarded to the United States State Depart- 
ment in. Washington, D. C. ' '. 



•INFORMANTS 



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State Department, Customhouse, Chicago, 
wh o on November 6. 19 $f. orally advised 
SA 



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furnished by ! ~l United states 

State Department, r.n«fcon?ho»flft. nhteago. 6} ' 
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Selective Service* A photostatic copy of a 
letter d^ted.Novembpr 5, 195^* addressed tb the 
State Director, of the Selective Service System, 
Chicago, from Local Board 2£, Chicago, was received 
hv th£ Rti^ftflu through liaison channels from Colonel 

General Counsel, selective Service 
Systemi this letter was furnished the Chicago Office 
as an enclosure to Bureau letter dated November 16, 



I I Pact Finding Department, B«nai 

.aiTMfchj 31 ^ gmitih nAflT»hoi«n s treet, Chicago, who 



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October Uj., 1952* 



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caused a search to be made of the records 
of ONI, 9th Naval District, Chicago, 

T"-7 G-2; SA - I "I c'aused a search to be made of 

the 'records- of* 0-2, 5th Army Headquarters, 
Chicago, oh December 2, 193k» 



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At Washington^ D; -(?♦ 

(1) Referenced Bureau letter instructed Chicago to ascertain 
the details of passport No. 1*79795 at the local office of the 
State Department. At the time of inquiry, this passport had been 
returned to the State Department, Washington, D. C. Washington 
Field Office will ascertain details of this Passport No. U79795 
at the Passport and Visa Division, Department of State, Washington, 
D.C. ' , . , 

THE CHICAGO OFFICE 

At. Chicago, Illinois 

(1), Will, upon receipt of information from the Washington 
Field Office, consider requesting Bureau authority to interview 
the subject. 

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/> PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON 



Enclosed herewith are 6 copies of report of Sa[ 



dated January 31, 1955, at Chicago. 



7 During the review of State Department r t nfn ^ m •♦- 
Chicago, the following opinions of Special Agent] 
ttiited States State Department, were noted t ' 



The subject is obviously overimpressed with his own 
intelligence. An impression might be formed that this man 
is illogi cal or lacking in basic intelligence, but it was 
I lirnnreaalon that this was not so and that ANDERSON 
seemed to be fully aware of the implications of his remarks 
and seemed to consider Americans as a backward people of the 
world* 

A review of the information furnished by the Selective 
Service to the Bureau disclosed the following opinions of members 
of the Local Board at Chicago! 

ANDERSON was very self-possessed, rery aure of himself, 
had ready answers, but very obviously was withholding information 
from the Board with pertinent regard to the source of his income 
and his future plans and how his trip to Europe was to be financed, 
It was the opinion of the members of this Board that ANDERSON 
should not be permitted to leave this country but should be 
immediately investigated by the ?BI for possible Coosmnist Party 
activity* -r* 

The above information is not being included in referenced 
report mB it contains opinions which are being furnished to the 
Bureau for information purposes* 

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Cedar Rapids, Iowa, appeared at tne ceaar napias Hesxaens Age 
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presentlv l ~1 Cedar Rapids. He 

stated he desires to become an American cisiien and does not want 
to become involved with any subversive organisations or indivi- 
duals* He stated that on or /ihnut, December 23. 19*?Ut he attended 



a coc ktail party sponsored by| 

I | "Home Pair 1 ', at her apartment, address unknown, but ©elievea 
located on Third Avenue, S. s. He stated one, PAUI, ANDERSON, of 
Chicago, Illinois, a friend of| m I was in attendance and 
claimed he is a member of the Renaissance Party, it will be 
noted the Philadelphia Office advised by letter 12/31/54, that 
the National Renaissance Party, Internal Security - X, Is a 
nationalist group backed by former German SS officers for "white 
Aryans" striving to obtain political power in the tJ. S., eliminate 
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i l atated that ANDERSON speaks three langu- 

agoa, is well education, has studied at 2urich, Switzerland, 
and exhibited a note book containing names of prominent people 
in Prance and Germany. He added that ANDERSON exhibited small 
pamphlets which were anti-semitic In nature and also showed 
books containing writings of progress in Red Chine . He stated 
ANDERSON spoke o f "Internatio nal warmongering" and made other 
statements vhlchC__Z!^^| could not recall, admitting that he 
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26, 6», 150 pounds, dark hair, dark complexion, well dressed, 
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advised on 1/5/55, that I lis listed 



in\is°records"as*an~employee"'at WMT and resident at 19?2 1st 
Avenue, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, since September, 195ta -LrSHfea 

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reside in an apart ment -hot el atl f I S™" ' 

Illinois. stated a credit report received from 
Evanston C redit Bu reau on lP/20/fli, revealed that Jb« abovj is 
a non-existent address, that| |ls not known to Svanston 
credit files, and that she is not known to one of the department 
stores she gave in Evanston as a credit reference. 



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The above concerning AITOERSON is being furnished for 
the information of the Chicago Offioe. 

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He. Omaha letter dated l/2k/& captioned "PAUL ANDERSOH, 
Security i-Atter - C," burnishing information concerning 
one PAUL AHDERSON, who claimed to be a member or the 
Renaissance Party, \ Uhe latter individual is probably 
identical with the captioned subject vho is currently 
under investigation/by this office. , 

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SAC, WFO (100-31374) 



PAUL GBORGi ANDERSON 

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Rerep of s aI I dafcad 1/31/55 at Chicago captioned b6 

rfhich requested the subji 
Department of State, be reviewed* 



as above which requested the subject's file at the Passport Office, 



The records of the Passport Office, Department of State* 
Washington, D* C», were reviewed concern ir« captioned subject on 4/12/55 
by SA .DAVID :p. HURLET* 

PAUL ANDERSON executed a passport application on 9/29/54 
in which he stated that he expected to depart from Canada via airplane 
in approximately November, 1954* for an indefinite stay during which 
time he expected to visit Scotland, France and Western Europe* He 
explained that toe purpose of this trip was for education and pleasure 
and that he also expected to visit his mother who is in Europe at this 
time* 

In his application, ANDERSON stated that he was bora April 01, 
1936, at Chicago, Illinois* His father was ahomas H4UBICEUNDKRS0N 
born Chicago, Illinois, date of birth not shown, who was at, that time 
residing at 30 West Chicago Avenue, Chicago, Illinois* His atother 
was shown as ADKLE J. ANDSRSON who was also born in Chicago, Illinois, 
date of birth*Ttotratoown, who at the time of the subject's application, 
had as her permanent residence 4300 North Lake Shore i>rive, Chicago, 
Illinois* 

ANDERSON gave hie permanent residence as 4300 North Lake Shore 
Drive, Chicago, Illinois, and indicated that his mailing address was 
the same* 

this application described the subject as being 6 feet, 
blond hair and blue eyes and gave his occupation as that of a student* 
He indicated in this application that he previously had American pass- 
port number 33 which had been obtained in Bern, Switzerland on April 19, 
1949, *hich passport had been cancelled and returned. He also indicated 
in this application that he had resided outside of the United States 
in Switzerland from July, 1948, till April 16, 1951, and in Belgium . 
and Switzerland from October, 1952, until April S, 1953* ^ „f) v. & 

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ANDERSON was Issued passport number 479795 on October 6, 
1954, which passport was not valid for travel in Albania, Bulgaria, 
China, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Poland, Rumania or the Union of 
Soviet Socialistic Bepublics. 

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His passport file indicated that on November 6, 1954, the 
subject surrendered hie passport number .479795 to representatives of 
the Department of State at Chicago, Illinois, upon the request of the 
Department of State* 

the files also reflect that PAUL ANDERSON previously executed 
an application for pass port on April 14. 1949. at which time his r esidence 
was shown as in care of I I In 

this application he claimed he resided in the United States from 1936 
till 1948 at Chicago, Illinois, and in Bern, Switserland, from 
September 15, 1943, until the time of this application. 

His father was shown as HAUHICK ANDERSON born June 28, 1900, 
Chicago, Illinois, and his mother was listed as 4D&LE J. OLSEN, born 
April 4, 1903, at Chicago, Illinois. His legal residence was shown 
as 4300 North Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illinois. 

He explained that the purpose of tfcfcs passport was to visit 
and study in Switzorland. 

ANDERSON was issued passport number 33 on April 14, 1949, 
by the U. S. Vice Counsel at Bern, Switserland, which passport was to 
expire April 14, 1951. this passport was later renewed and was to 
expire on April 18, 1953. 

The files of the Passport Office also include a passport 
number 73453 which was issued ly the Department of State on June 6, 1947, 
to the subject's mother, ADELE JOSEPHINE ANDERSON, Which passport nas to 
Include the subject. 

A further review of the subject 1 s file disclosed a report of 
the Office of Security, Depa rtment of State, dated November 12, 1954, 
by Agents MILES I. BKlGOS an d! ] at Chicago, Illinois, b6 

concerning PAUL GEORGE ANDERS5BT" b?c 

This report quotes a lengthy letter from Local Board Number 
25 of the Selective Service System, o22 Nest Diver. *** Parkway , ftnnm 
405. Chicago. Illinois, which lette r was signed by 



| I 'which letter was dated November 3, 

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1954. This letter was addressed to PAUL G. AIMSTEONO, State Director, 
Selective Service System, $23 South Plyoouth Court, Chicago 5, Illinois, 
and was turned over to the flM«»gn nfflca of State. Security for any 
action considered appropriate by ] | Assistant 

United States Attorney at Chicago, xxiinoxs* 

This report also set forth the results of an interview with 
the subject which was held on Sovember 6, 1954, by Agents of the 
State Security at which Use the subject voluntarily surrendered his 
passport. 

This report also refers to a conference arranged with I I 
I l and representatives of the FBI which resulted in the Chicago 
office of State Security requesting authority from the Department of 
State to endeaver to pick up the subject's passport. 

Information contained in this report is not being set forth 
at this Um inasmuch as it is felt that the Chicago office probably 
already has this information in their possession and if they do not, 
it would be available at the Offices of State Security, Department of 
State, in Chicago. 

The subject's file also contained what appeared to be a copy 
of a telegram sent to the subject on Dectmber 21, 1954, in which ANDERSON 
was advised that his passport had bean taken vp because of his draft 
status and because of doubt concerning the purpose of his trip and fcis 
ultimate destination. It was also indicated in thie coaaunication 
there was some question as to 'funds for his travel. 

Copies of a photograph of the subject appearing on his 
September, 1954, application for a passport have T>een obtained and 
will be forwarded to the Chicago Office by routing slip in the 
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Reported that in December, 1951** I jwho is 

employed i*i TV work, gave a party :ln Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 
at which one TAIL ANDERSON, Chicago, Illinois, was present. 
At 'this party ANDERSON claimed to be a member of the , 
Renaissance Party; he exhibited anti-Semitic pamphlets 
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' 'On about December 23> 195lul 

a cocktail nartv in tha- apartment ofl 
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T-lj^tfrEdnias furnished reliable information in the 
past, advised in July of 195>3> that the National Renaissance 
Party originated in 191*8 by JAMES H. >1AD0LE and he has wain- 
tained leadership of this party. Informant believed that the 
National Renaissance Party is restricted to the New York area 
but efforts have been made to organize other groups from time 
to vtime in cities like Chicago. The party *s publication is 
known as M National Renaissance Bulletin. 11 T-l stated that 
MADOLE has gathered a group of pro-German, anti-Semitic radicals 
into this party, some of whom have been active for years .in other 
pro -German organizations in New York City. T-l concluded that 
although it appears that the National Renaissance Party is solely 
a New York City organization being used to spread anti-Semitic 
propaganda, it .is his belief that the Rational Renaissance Party 
could be a part of a large, world-wide plan to discredit the 
present German government and hinder the Dhited States State 
Department in its plans .for unification of Western Germany. 4 



According to | [ ANDERSON speaks three languages 

(languages not indicated), is well educated and has studied in 
Zurich, Switzerland. ANDERSON exhibited a notebook containing 
the names of prominent people residing in Prance and Germany* ^ 
ANDERSON displayed small pamphlets which were anti-Semitic in '„ 
nature and exhibited books which contained writings of progress 
in Red China. ANDERSON spoke of "international war-monger lng n ( 
and other statements were made by ANDERSON which f I 

could not recall. . 



Information Concerning 



Cn January £> 19f>S>» l L Cedar Rapids credit 

Guide and Adjustment company, advised that their records dis- b ^ c 
closed' the following information: s ' "» 

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<< Iowa, and prftq ently resides atl L rttriar Rantds, 
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not known to any of the department stores in Evanston sriat she 
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Name 

Born 

Mother 

Former address 

Former employment 



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DIRECTOR, FBI (100-415051) Hay 3, 1955 

SAC, CHICAGO < IO5-2363) 

PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON 
INTERNAL SECURITY - X 



•Enclosed herewith Is the report of SA 
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■•. jfteforeneo made to WFO lotto* dated k-l5r55, to 
Chicago* .reXleoting « review of tit* records of the Passport 
Offiee*,I$epert?ie»t of SUt« ( concerning the above captioned 
subject. »- /,'.'■.' 



] advised that FAt& ; 
AHDSRSO* 



,On April 25, H955J 
ANJBRSO* (PS) contacted the Soviet Bofoaesy. 
stated he had nailed a latter several month* ago from lower 
in an effort to obtain viae application*. Be further atated 
thftt ho has not received an- answer, and wished to know if 
1cm wight hare the, application* mailed to his residence a 
I4JO© JlOrth Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 13, Illinois, *e 
farther stated that he had been in Mexico recently , and 
expected to receive an answer to his application before 
thia tine. ANDER30H vae adviaed by the Soviet Embassy 
that application forma would be sent to hisi within two 
days* In closing the converaat ion, ANDBRSOK informed the 
Soviet* Embaaay that ho was returning to Chicago on that 
date, April 25# 1955 i 

■ A review of WPO letter dated J**15t55# reflects ' 
that PAtfX. OB0H0S AKBBRSON, the above captioned subject, , 
reflects that his ponaeneht reeidenee 1* also 1)300 Korth • 
Lake Shore Drive* Chicago, Illinois, and therefore we 
believe PAUL AXDSR&Olf is identical with subject. 

The above is for the information of tfca Bureau 
and the Chicago Office. 



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SAC, CHICAGO (IO5-2363) 

PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON 
INTERNAL SECURITY - X 
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Re reps of SA[ 



July Q, 1955 



j > • Moio^vi wjtvi |dated 1/31/55 

I H^ and 5/3/55 at Chicago, Chicago lot tor* dated 1/31/55, 
7 ' and WPO letter dated 4/27/55. 

The latest information obtained concerning 
the subject was set forth in yeferenoed WPO letter, 
which disclosed that subject was in oontact with the 
Soviet Embassy in Washing ton, D.C, in April, 1955* The 
purpose of this oontact was outlined* 

Chicago 

lt_Jj to be noted that in referenced/letter 

SA I I tJ«S, State Department, Chicago, described 

subject in part as follows: "This man is illogical or 
lacking in basic intelligence," and "f'eemed to consider 
Americans as backward people of the world." Subject was 
also described in this letter by Selective Service as 
"very self-possessed, very sure of himself, has ready 
answers, but very obviously was withholding information." 

In view of subject's youth (he was born April 
11, 1936, at Chicago, Illinois) and his above-described 
attitude by Selective Service and the U.S. State Department, 
no interview is being requested at this time and no further 
action is being taken* 



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SUBJECT: 



DATE: ^upUSt 1, 1955 



PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON 
INTERNAL SECURITY - X 



Reurlet dated July 21, 1955, which 

indicates that this case has been placed in a 
closed status. 



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report of Special Agenty. 

dated January 31, 1955, at Chicago, which set 
forth a lead for the Washington Field Office 
to review pas&port records relative to passport 
number 479795, which had been issued to the 
subject, 

.The Bureau file on captioned 
individual fails to contain the results of 
'the investigation set forth for the Washington 
Field Office, .< ' 

You are" instructed to immediately 
submit the results of the investigation in 
report form suitable for dissemination. The 
report should furtUcr „ contain the results of 
a current check with informants and sources 
in your Division for pertinent information which 
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from :- SA. CHARLES SETAR 
subject: PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON 



date: September 2, 19££ 



advised the. writer on August 2j>, 



1955., that the above captioned individual was not 
known to him, and he therefore could furnish no 
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SYNOPSIS OF FACTS: 



• PAUL .ANDERSONHDSnDGN received passport In 19£1*. in Chicago to -v. 

: "travel in Europe; however, this passport was later taken up by 

■ the U*& State Department before ; his departure* ANDERSON was- 
also issued a passport in 191*9 in Switzerland and was, included 
on his mother's passport issued in 191*7. In April .-f 1955» 
ANDERSON was reported- k to have contacted the Soviet Embassy for 

' the purpose of obtaining visa applications* Informants report 
no activity of subject in the Chicago area* 



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■ The records of the Passport Office, United 
Stiitfi-JQanartment, Washington, D«C* were reviewed -by S 

^lon April 12, 1955> and disclosed the following 



additional information unless otherwise indicated. 

I. BACKGROUND 
. Former Residences 

Subject has resided in the following places: 

1936-191*8 
Chicago, Illinois 




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subject's parents: , _ 

Father - MAURICE ANDERSON 

Born June i28, 1900 ' 

Chicago, Illinois 

Residing in 195U at 30 West Chicago 

Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 

Mother - ADBLE JOSEPHINE ANDERSON, nee ••' 

OLSOT ■'■..• 

Born April 1|» 1903 

Chicago, Illinois 

Residing in 195U at 1*300 North Lake 

Shore Drive, Chicago, Illinois 

II. ACTIVITIES 

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Information Concerning 
U. S+ Passport 

PAUL ftNDERS02T>;>:u^ , 

at Chicago, Illinois, executed a passport application on, / 
September 29, 195U> in which he stated that he expected to ( 
depart from Canada via airplane in about November of 195U 
for an indefinite stay, during which time he expected to visit 
Scotland, Prance, and Western Europe* ANDERSON explained that 
the purpose of his trip was for educations and pleasure, and 
that he also expected to visit his mother who was in Europt 
at that time* 

On October 6, 195>U> ANDERSON was issued passport 
#1*79795). This passport was not valid for travel in Albania* 

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OhNovember 6, 195U, ^ANDERSON surrendered .passport. ', 
#1*79795 *° representatives of the United States State Depart-,, 
ment, Chicago, Illinois, at their request, ANDERSON; was- ; ^ 
advised that his passport was being taken up because of his : 
draft status, the purpose of this trip, his ultimate, desti- , ., 

nation, and the funds he was to use for his travel. 

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ANDERSON was issued.passport #33 on April Iki .191*9, > 
by the United Stated Yice'-Cdunsel at, Bern, Switzerland.* Thlfr/V 
passport was to expired oh April ll|, 19£l'» but was later ' { 
renewed until April 18, 1953. ■ r °' 

On June 6, 19U7, passport was issued' under #73U53 / 
tQ subject' s mother ADELE JOSEPHINE ANDERSON. This passport 
wmS* designated to include the subject. 



Contact With 



T-l, who has furnished reliable information in the 
past, furnished on April 25, 1955, the following inforaationv 



One PAUL ANDERSON contacted 



:April .25, 1955**/ During this contact 



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ANDERSON claimed he hadoriiailed a letter several months. ago 
from Iowa 'in an effort to obtain visa applications. ANDERSON 
indicated he had not received an answer and wished to know 
if he might have the applications mailed to }iis residence at, 
1*300 North Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 13, Illinois. ; ANDERS0N 
claimed he had been in 'iMexioo recently and was returning;. to 
Chicago on.fApril 25, 1955i ' 



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that application forms would be sent to ANDERSON witnln^tvp 

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B*rith, 3i|3 'South Dearoorn street, Chicago, Illinois, advised 
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T-2, whose reliability is unknown but who has a 
limited knowlege of Fascist activity in the Chicago area, , v : \ 
advised,,on .September 7, 1955» Jhe was not acquainted with , '< 
anyone "by the name of the subject;*, " ''' 

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: .T/3V.who has furnished reliable information in tha 
past, advised on August /22V 19£5, that he had* hc£know$ege .-., 
of anyone by the name of PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON., , 
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no irifdmation concerning PAUL*GEORGE ANDERSON. ♦■ '. . 

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A photograph of the subject which was obtained 
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of the United States State Department, is being maintained 
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Careful consideration has been given to eaoh souree 
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Chicago lott ar to Bureau dated 7/21/55. 
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SAG, CHICAGO (X05-2363) 

PAUL G%MIGV) ANDERSON 
INTERNAL SECURITY - X 
00* CHICAGO 



September 2d, 1955 



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Re Chicago letter to Bureau dated 7/21/55* 

_EnfilaasjL_are five cooies «f the report of 
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Current contacts with informants failed to 
disclose any current activity on the part of the subject* 
It is to be noted that the opinions of an agent of 
the United States State Department and offioials of 
Selective Service concerning the subject were previous- 
ly set forth in referenced letter* 

In view of the above and the subject's youth, 
It la believed that an interview with the aubjeot at 
this time would be unproductive; therefore , no further 
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Dear &ir$t 

Tou will be interested to know that a very active 
and dangerous young Communist, Paul Anderson of 4300 lake 
Shore Drive, Chicago, 111. is leaving for a trip to Xussiaand 
Europe next welt* Anderson is well known at the Russian 
Embassy in Washington, has been active in many Communist fronts 
and is on the mailing list f^r much Communist literature* 
Me has visited Europe before on courier missions for the 
Communist Fart y, and this -trip will be far the same cause* 
Anderson is a well-to-do playboy 'type of Communist of the 
Frederick Yanderbtlt field type, who has an independent 
income from his grandfather's chain of jewelry stores here, 
as well a§ his father's rare mtals foundry. Be is highly 
intelligent and very competent in his missions for the Party. 

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A letter signed "A Patriot" was received by the FBI in 1 1/55, 
The envelopo of the letter disclosed a return address of l I 
_| 261|3 Lake .Shore Drive , Chicago* Illinois, This 



letter described the subject as a "very active and dangerous 
young Communist 11 and "is well known at the Russian Embassy 
in Washington," This letter further described ANDERSON to have 
"visited Europe before on courier "missions for the Communist 
Party" and he is "competent in his missions for the Party," 
The address 26I4.3 Lake Shore Drive is a non-existent address. 
Subject reported to have been issued a passport on November 17, s 
1955 for travel in Europe. ANDERSON reported opposed to the 
EISENHOWER administration and is anti-Semitic, ANDERSON report- 
edly favors all "right wing" causes and associated with "We, 
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On November 9* 1955* the FBI* Washington, D, C, 
received a letter signed "A Patriot" which was postmarked 
November 8, 1955 at Chicago, Illinoi s A Tha mw>i<mi > of the 
letter contained a return address of l \ 26J|3 

Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illinois". The letter stated! 



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M You will be interested to know thai a very active 
and dangerous young Communist, Paul Anderson of 1^.300 Lake 
Shore Drive, Chicago, 111* is leaving for a trip' to Russia 
and Europe xtext week* Anderson is well known at the Russian 
Embassy in Washington, has been active in many Communist 
fronts and is on the mailing list for much Communist literature. 
He has visited Europe before on courier missions for the 
Communist Party, and this trip will be for the same cause. 
Anderson is a well-to-do playboy type of Communist of the 
Frederick Vanderbilt Field type, who has an independent income 
from his grandfather* s chain of jewelry stores here, as well 
as his father* s raroAmotals foundry* He is highly intelligent 
and very competent in his missions for the Party." 

" The Communist Party - USA has been designated by 
the Attorney General of the United States pursuant to 
Executive Order 10l|50. 



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Chicago, Illinois. 



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The 2600 block of North Lake Shore Drive, Chicago* 
Illinois, is located in Lincoln Park, Chicago, Illinois. 
There are no residences located on North Lake Shore Drive 
in this immediate area. The nearest street to Lake Shore 
Drive where residential buildings are located is Lakeview 
Avenue. Lakeview ^ Avenue is nearly parallel to Lake Shore 
Drive and borders Xincoln Park. There are no residences 
located on South Lake "Shore Drive. 

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Chicago, Illinois; 



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It«is to be noted that the above address Is the only 
apartment building located in the 5600 block of North Lake 
Shore Drive* 

A search of the June, 1955 Chicago Bell Telanhone. 
Directory failed to disel paa a Hgfeiwg f r>T» the natael 
that is identifiable with " ' 
Drive . 



26I4.3 North Lake Shore 



A search of the 1955 City of O hio aero Dirafttoyv 



failed to disclose a lis ting for the name 



The above mentioned telephone directory did disclose 
a listing for 11*300 North Lake Shore Drive* 
Chicago, 1111 Uuxa, : ; : ' 

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It is to be noted that 1^300 North Lake Shore Drive 
(Marine Drive) is the residence of PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON. 



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B'rith* 3^3 South Dearborn Street, Chicago, Illinois^ advised 
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On November 18, 1955* the Department of Stat* advised 
the FBI, Washington, D* C*, that on November 17, 19$$, a 
passport had been issued to PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON for travel 
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■ .Diamonds and Antiques , Room 70k, 

31 North State .Street, Uhioago, Illinois, furnished the 
following information on December 20, 1955 1 !' , 

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I ]has known PAUL ANDERSON sinoe about 1950, 
ANDERSON was eduoated in private sohools in Europe and has 
traveled a great deal; Subjects parents are divoroed but he 
is living with his mother* His-maternal grandfather, Mr* 
OLSEN of Ols en and Ebann, Jewelers, located at 209 South State 
Street* Chicago, Illinois ', is quite well-to-do financially* 
Subject's father MAURICE ANDERSON, who is in the antique and 
rare metals business at 31 North State Street, Chicago, 
Illinois, coddles his son and makes no effort to properly 
guide his son* The subject receives financial aid from his 
father and grandfather as he is not gainfully employed* 

ANDERSON Is opposed to the EISENHOWER administration 
and is anti-Semitic because he believes that the United States 
government' is run and controlled bi_j£Ha— ANDERSON is in 
favor of all "right wing" causes* | \ ezplaine d . "right 
wing" as one who takes a. very stilted view of the United States 
constitution, also one who has distorted views such as being h <-: 
opposed to fluoridation of drinking water* t7c 



ANDERSON told| | that in 1952 he was the 



head of the Chicago ohapter. of the National Renaissance Party* 

About two years ago* ANDERSON was spending several 
hours a day for several days a week at the office of "We, the 
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Dearborn Street, Chicago, Illinois • ANDERSON assisted this 
organization in publi shing their periodical entitled "Women's 
Voice", According to I I ANDERSON is opposed to 
Communis m., but the Nazi type of government of HITLER appeals 



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building at 1^300 North Lake Shcre Drive, Chicago, Illinois, 
adyised on December 16, 1955 and December 19, 1955 that ANDERSON 
had left the above address about two weeks ago, supposedly 
for a trip to Europe, I I believed that ANDERSON left on 
the trip by himself. The date of depa rture and means of trans- 
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"We, the Mothers" 



On April 21, 1955* 



advised that "We, 



the. Mothers Mobilise for America, incorporated" and its official 
publication "Women's Voice" are anti-EISENHOWER administration, 
anti-Semitic, anti*United Nations, and opposed t o aH foreign 
elements in this country. According to I I "Women's 
Voice" was noted to carry a few articles considered to be 
pro-German, This organization purports to be against all 
brotherhood clubs, yet claims to follow the teachings of the 
Bible, 

Natio nal Renaissa nce P arty 

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3ML, who has furnished reliable information in the 
past* advised in July/*19£3* that the National Renaissance 
Party ' originated in 19^ *fcy JAMES H* MADOLE, and he has 
maintained leadership of this Party* Informant believed 
that the National Renaissance Party is restricted to the New 
York area but efforts have been made to organize othergroups from 
time to time in cities like Chicagd* The Party* s publication 
is known as ^National Renaissance Bulletin* 5 * T~i stated that 
MADOLE has gathered a group of pro-Genaan 5 anti-Semitic radicals 

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into this Party some of whom have been active for years In 
other pro-German organizations in New Work City. T-l concluded 
that although It appears that the National! Renaissance JParty 
is solely a New York City organization being uped to spread 
anti-Semitic propaganda, it is his belief that the National 
Renaissance Party could be part of a large world-wide plan to 
discredit the present German Government .and hinder the tfnited States 
State Department In Its plans for unification of Western 
Europe* 



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Careful consideration has been given to the, source 
concealed and a T«3ymbol has been utilized in this report 3 
only in the instance where the identity of the source 
must be concealed. 

INFORMANTS 



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furnished I nformation on July 1J>, 1953 9 
] which was furnished In report 



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entitled "National Renaissance Party" dated August 
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At Chicago * Illinois 

Will continue to attempt to identify^ 



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REFERENCE f , 

Letter to Mr. DENNIS A. FLINN, Director* , Of f ice of Security, 
Department of State , Washington, D. c* from the Director, 
FBI, dated November llj., 1.9$5, with an attached note to the 
SAC, Chioago. 

Letter to the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, 
Washington, D. Gi, s from the Director of the FBI dated November 
28, 1955* with an attached note to the SAC, Chicago. 

ADMINISTRATIVE PAGE 

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Office Mefmrandum • united states government 

xo : SAC, Chicago (105-2363) date: January 3, 1956 

{VfmP M : Director, TBI (100-415051) 



Subject: p^^i <?j?0i?{7jSr ANDERSON 
INTERNAL SECURITY - X 



J?eBulet dated November 28, 1955, directed 
to .Director, Central Intelligence Agency, copies b ^ 

Of Which mer** designated far your office With the h j c 



request that 



be interviewed* 



Bufiles fail to r eflect receipt of results 
of this interview and you are requested to furnish 
'the results at once* 

In the event this data has been submitted 
to the Bureau, please furnish the 1 date and caption 
of your communication. ¥? 



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PAUL G30RGE JUJPERSOM 
JtNTBRNAL SEC'JRITX - X 



January 9> 1956 



1/9/56, 



ReBulet 1/3/56* 

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Bate: January Z$ t 19£6 

To? ' Director, *BX (100-iASOSl) 

Prom J Legal Attache, .Paris 1105-277) 

Subject* ?Au% GEORGE ANDERSON 

3 -xhomiai, security - x 

ReBulet to CIA dated ll/28/#?« 

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„<u^ ^,-h< a ^ v«« .™t. fi-s vet come to the attention of the. 
| | are currently making an inquiry 

concerning the whereabouts and activities of the subject and 
the Jesuits of their investigation will be forwarded to the 
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The enclosed is for your information. If 
used in a future report, ( ) conceal all sources, 
( ) paraphrase contents* ( ) Remarks: 




Very truly yours, 

John Edgar Hoover 
Director 



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PAUL GEORGE AflDM 

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"ReBulet to CIA X1/23/JS. 



advises that there is no indication 

subject is in the United Kingdom at the present, The latest information 
in Traffic Index shows he departed from Shannon Airport on April 7, 19J3. 



is rnking arrangements to be notified 
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DIRBSCTOH, FBI (100-1,15051) ^AS^6 

SAC, WO < 100-3 WU) 

PAUL GBOROB AKEBRSOR 

IS - X 

(00 J Chicago) 

Since ANDSRS0H ha a expressed an intention to 
visit the Soviot Union, the Peasport Office, Department 
of State, made his passport file available for review* 
This file was reviewed by SA WILLIAM R. HC CARTHX on 
1/30/56, and reflect* the following J 

The file containa a letter dated ll/llt/55 , from 
the Dire o tor, FBI, to DBNNIS A. FLXNN, .Director, Office 
of Security, Department of State, Washington* D. C«, 
regarding ^PAUL OE0ROS AKDERS0H, IS - X;* This letter 
requests the Bureau be furnished with any information 
indicating that ANDERSQH has made plans to travel abroad, 

A letter dated 11/31/55, from the Office of 
Security to the Passport Office, encloses a copy of the 
Bureau letter and requests the Passport Office to furnish 
Immediately to the Office of Security any information 
relative to the Bureau's inquiry. A notation on this 
letter dated 1/16/56, states "Bandied through FBI liaison** 

The file reflects correspondence from the Selective 
Service System* Local Board #25* Chicago, Illlnole, dated 
10/6/55, advising that AHtBRSON will be ordered to report 
for a pre induct ion ohysioal examination on 10/31/55* and 
will then be issued a permit to leave the United States for 
a period of one year* 

The file contains a "Permit of the Local Board 
for Registrant to Deport from the United States," dated 
10/20/55* reflecting that AHDSSRSOK is being permitted to 
visit the European countries for professional* cultural* 
and personal reasons. The permit states ANDERSON will be 
required to return to the United States by 10/20/56. 

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A Certificate o Acceptibility of the Selective 
Service System, undated, but apparently attached to the 
above-x&entioned permit, stated that "the qualifications of 
the above registrant have fcean coneidered in accordance 
with the current regulations copying acceptance of 
Selective Service registrants and round not acceptable for 
Indue tioft nnder the UWT and 3 Act at amended* 

A letter dateA lO/21/£5, froia £AVIO CAHLIBKB, 
Lav Of flee, Warner Building, Washington, V. 0., to, tha 
Passport Office, states that A:!33BBS0H "seeks to go *o 
Poland and the Soviet Union for purposes of tourism 
and Information" and requests AUD&RSOJPs paaaport be 
validated for travel to theas countries* 

Jhe file reflects AHDTOOK'a passport #fc797#, 
leaned 21/6/&, vat validated on 11/17/55,, *°* *H nreaa 
except the following areaa under control of authorities 
with which we do not have diplomatic relatione; Albania, 
Bulgaria, and thoae portions of China., .Korea, and Viet 
Hma under CoasBunist control* 

To WO files reflect that AHrSRSOH** psSsport 
file was reviewed on lj/12/55, and tbe information furnished 
to Chicago In WQ letter dated k/X$f$$ t captioned *PAUfc 
0E0ROS ?*ID3B&0H, IS - X.* , 

Ihia Information Is being furnished to the Bureau 
and Chicago Office In accordance vlth SAC letter $4-73 ($), 
Stated 12/29/&* *»?&Q.« 



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The enclosed is for your information. If 
used in a future report, ( ) conceal all sources, 
( ) paraphrase contents* ( ) Remarks: 




Very truly yours, 

John Edgar Hoover 
Director 



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TTTUE 

PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON 



DATE WHEN 
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SYNOPSIS OF FACTS: 



In November, -19>5, a letter signed "A Patriot" 
was received by the FBI* The envelope in which 



this lettep was enclosed disclosed the return 
address of!./. Z^]261+3 L *ke Shore Drivo, 

Chicago, Illinois* 1'hls letter described the 
subject as a "very active and dangerous young 

Communist" and "is well known at the Russian 

Embassy In Washington. Identity I 1 

unknown. Subject reported to have written a 
letter to his father from Europe in January, 
1956. Subject reported to be anti-Semitic* 
ANDERSON reported In possession or anti-Semitic 
literature and tohave subscribed to Communist 
magazines printed in Russia. No activities of 
subject reported abroad. 



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On November 9. 1955, the PBI, Washington, D. C., 
MM lv«l a letter signed 9 h PK&ct- which « M poetautod November 



APPROVED AND 

FORWARDED* 



WECIAL AGENT 
IN CHARGE 



cones or this report 

5-Bureau 1 100-1*15051 )<HM) 

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8, 195£, at Chioago, Illinois. The envelnaa-a£- 
the letter contained a return address ofl 



261*3 Lake Shore Drive, Chioago, Illinois." The ' 

letter stated! 

"You will be interested to know that a 
very aotive and dangerous young Communist, Paul 
Anderson of ij.300 Lake Shore* Drive, Ohioago, 111, 
is leaving for a trip to Russia and Europe next week, 
Anderson is well known at the Russian Embassy in Wash- 
ington, has been aotive in many Communist fronts 
and is on the mailing list for muoh Communist literature. 
He has visited Europe before on courier missions for 
the Communist Party, and this trip will be ,1 for the 
sameoause, Anderson is a well-to-do playboy type ■ 
of Communist of the Frederiok Vanderbilt Field type, 
who has an independent inoome from his grandfather** 
ohain of Jewelry stores here, as well as his father's 
rare metals foundry. He is highly intelligent and 
very competent in. his missions, for the Party.* 

^ ^ A^. Th * °n«uni»fc p **ty - USA has been designated 
by the Attorney General of the United States pursuant to 
Exeoutive Order 10l|50. 



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no J? n !,_ by the , n P s of I wh0 is aoqaainted 

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II, ACTIVITIES OF SUBJECT 



On February 10, 1956,, , 

furnished the following information concerning the 
subject: 



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acquainted with subjects father, MAURICE ANDERSON, as 
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MAURICE ANDERSON for about .eight years, t 
"highest regard for MAURICE ANDERSON, ... 

In January, 1956, MAURICE ANDERSON displayed 
a letter .from his son, the subject, postmarked in 
Europe (exact location not recalled.) In this letter 
subject described his current activities in 'Europe. 

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"spoiled brat" who has had too much money. Subject 

Is very out-spoken in. his anti-Semitic beliefs. ANDERSON 

'ter£r£» r i?-? d to HITLE ^ , s persecution Sf the Jews,;stated 
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., . * . 3 I observed literature in ANDERSON'S possession, 

which appeared to be anti-Semitic in nature, in that it contained., i 
derogatory comments concerning the Jews. " - 

ANDERSON has subscribed to Communist magazines 
(names not recalled) which were printed in Russia. 
ANDERSON has received these magazines through the United 
States Mail, 



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ow whether the subject was a Communist 
questioned 1 whether ANDERSON would 



have loyalty to "the U*S* qr to any country for that matter,* 
as he apppars to favor the foraer HITLER regime in 



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advised on January 20 » 1956* that subje ct has not come 
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T-3, who has furnished reliable information 
in the past, advised 6h^anuary 25, ;a9£&/ J tha1^ there is 
no^ihdtcation, the subject is in "France* 



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ADMINISTRATIVE 



Careful consideration has been given to each 
source concealed and T- symbols were utilized in this 
report only in those instances where the identities of 
the sources must be concealed* 



INFORMANTS 



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wno xxirni sneer information 
to Legat, England in late 
1955, or early 1956, Thfc 
information was furnished by 
Legat letter to the Bureau 
dated January 20, 1956 ♦ 

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wno rurnisnea 
iniornlatidn to Legat, Paris. 
Franoe, on January 20, 1956. 
This information was furnished 
to the Bureau by Legat letter 
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I who furnished in- 
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January 25, 195&» This informa- 
tion waB furnished to the Bureau 
by Legat letter dated January 
25, 1956. 

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THE WASHINGTON FIELD OFFICE 

AT WASHINGTON, "'D;^ . 

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concerning subject's trip to Europe and his expected 
return; to the United States, 

Will submit results in report form, 
THE CHICAGO OFFICE 

AT CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 
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( ) paraphrase contents* ( ) Remarks: 




Very truly yours, 

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Director 



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Paris 8, France 



Date* March *%$,' X$$6 f 

To: Director, FBI (1QO-I0£o$l) 

Proms Legat, Paris, (lX>£-577) ' 

Subject: PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON 
INTERNAL SECURITY - X 



Reourlet, l/2$/$6, 



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_J, reported that *o date the|_ 



]have found. 



no trace of .subject*, and there Is 310 record Indicating that 
subject has been expelled from Switzerland for any subversive 
activities . In connection with inquiries .made in Switzerland, 
pointed out that it i3 extremely difficult to ascer- 



tain the arrival of TJ« S. citizens In Switzerland, inasmuch 

as no Swiss visas are required for &n American to enter Switzer-: 

land. 



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FROM: SA GERARD A, TERKINS 

SUBJECT t EMERGENCY CIVIL LIBERTIES COMMITTEE 
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The Informant reported that on' February! 1, 
195>6* he was present at the Office of the Lightf oot 
Defense Committee, 189 West Madison Street, Room 
1102* During this time he had access to a list 
consisting of forty-eight Individuals ♦ This list 
was headed, "flnnfftrftnftA Particip ants .*» The Informant 
learned f rom l fc hat this was an 

Important list and that It was to be included with the 
mailing list of the IDC* 

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2f> Broads treet, New York 

On February 2, 19i>6, the informant also 
•furnished a typewritten list of the remaining 
individuals on this list> This list Is being maintained 
in i00-2608l~lA36* This list is as follows? 



PAUL G* ANDERSON 
1*300 N. Marine Drive 
Chicago 13> Illinois 



Salt Lake City, Utah 



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CLARK FOREMAN 

1*21 Seventh Avenue 

New York (1) New York 











Colorado 



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cnicago, 1J.X. 



Louisville, ,Ky. 



Chicago, 111. (19) 



New jersey 



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I* PHILIP, SIPSER 
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CLYDE R. MILLER 

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PRANK WILKINSON 
U27U Beverly Blvd. 
.Los Angeles k» Calif. 



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San Francisco, Calif* 



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Mich, 



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Detroit* Mich* 



Washington* D. C* 



San Diego* Calif* 

MIKE ZASLOW 
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Denver Office to Chicago* captioned Emergency Civil 
Liberties Committee (with copies to all offices 
receiving this memo) the information was set for th 
reflecting that on February 23* 1956* [ ' 



furnished a list of individuals who were "'conference 
participants o^ 

This conference was held in Chicago* Illinois* 
on Novembe r 11* and 12, 1955* It is to be noted that 

is unable to furnish any information as to the 



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'TITLE OF CASE 

PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON 



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Subject issued permit of Local Selective Service Board to 
leave the U. S. on 10/20/55. His passport, #479795, was 
validated on 11/17/55. ANDERSON had an informal hearing 
or interview at the Passport Division on 8/31/55* He 
stated that he had applied for a Russian visa; that he was 
an Associate of the Renaissance Party, and did translations 
for the head of *Sfe the Mothers Against War." ANDERSON 
indicated that lie intended to leave the U« S», with or 
without permission, even if he had to give up his citizen- 
ship. 

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DETAILS: AT WASHINGTON. P.O. 

The subject's file at the Passport Division, 
Department of State, was reviewed by SA WILLIAM B. 
MCCARTHY, on January 30, 1956, and disclosed that 
correspondence from the Selective Service System, Local 



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Board #25* Chicago, Illinois, dated October 6, 1955, advised 
that ANDERSON would be ordered to report for a pre- 
induction physical examination on October 31, 1955 • It 
was stated that he would then be issued a permit to leave 
the United States for a period of one year# 

The file contained a ^Permit of the local Board 
for Registrant to Depart from the United States," dated 
October 20, 1955* It disclosed that ANDERSON was being 
permitted to visit the European countries for professional, 
cultural, and personal reasons. The permit stated that he 
would be required to return to the United States by 
October 20, 1956, 

A Certificate of Acceptability of the Selective 
Service System undated, but which apparently was attached 
to the above permit, stated that "the qualifications 
of the above registrant have been considered in accordance 
with the current regulations covering acceptance of 
Selective Service registrants and found not acceptable for 
induction under the UMT an4 S Act as amended." 

Th* -to a />™i».a<Y>A^ a letter dated October 21, 

1955, from] f Law Office, Warner Building, 

Washington, D. C, to the Passport Division, stating that 
ANDERSON "seeks to go to Poland and the Soviat Union Jfor 
purposes of tourism and Information" and requested that his 
passport be validated for travel to those countries. 

According to the file, ANDERSON'S Passport 
#479795, Issued on October 6^ 1954, was validated on 
November 17, 1955, for all areas except the following areas 
under control of authorities with which we do not have 
diplomatic relations: Albania, Bulgaria, and those portions 
of China, Korea, and Yiet-Nam under Communist control. 

The subject's passport file was reviewed on 
Hay 15, 1956, by SA JOHN R, PALMER, and contained no 
additional pertinent information. Attached to the file 
was a transcript of an informal interview or hearing 
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According to the transcript, the hearing was 
held at the request of ANDERS v'N, who desired the return 
of his passport which 1 was taken up when the Department 
of State received Indications that he wag goin# abroad 
without -the permission of his local Selective Service 
Board., 

During the course of this hearing ANiWasuN .said 
tfcat he had applied to the Soviet -Embassy for a Russian 
visa, but that he did not fill In the application he cause 
he did not have a passport* *le said that he had indicated 
that he was going to leave this country even If he had to 
give up his citizenship, and had Indicated that he was going 
to leave whether or not he got permission to leave. 

ANDERSON said that he was -"an Associate of the 
Renaissance Party., ~wnich Is you subscribe for literature," 
and had translated several things .for a friend, Mrs. VAN 
HONING, who was head of "We the Mothers Against War." He 
said that he found politics very interesting, and subscrioed 
"to any number of different publications of all .kinds — 
definitely Fascist, definitely Communist, and other 
publications, atheistic and what-haye-you. M AND&RSuN also 
stated that he had had political discussions with various 
Communists and Fascists in Europe. 

The subject said that there are some good points 
in Fascism and Communist, but that he did not subscribe 
himself to the doctrines of Fascist movements or individuals* 
He reported that he did not believe in the principles of 
the American Renaissance Party, and did not believe in the 
violent overthrow of the United States -Government. 

According to this transcript, AHDfiftdON stated 
at a hearing before his local Selective Service Board on 
November 3, 1954, that he would consider it a fundamental 
duty to try to get out of the country should he be refused a 
passport. 

. Copies of ths above transcript are enclosed for 
the Bureau and Chicago. 

T-l, who has furnished reliable information in 
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Renaissance tarty wa3 originated in X9M| by «JAM.vS Ji*' 
M s DOLE, and he has maintained leadership of this i*arty* 
The informant believed that the .National iienaissanco Party 
is restricted to the Kew York area, hut that efforts have 
been wade to organise other groups from time to ti»e in 
cities like Chicago* Ihe Party *s publication la known 
as "National Henaissance Bulletin* " S'-l stated that 
&ADjl& has fathered a group of pro-Genaanj antl-Se«iitic 
radicals into this Party, some of whom have been active 
for years in other pro-Genaun organizations In ftew lork 
City. 

T-l concluded that although it appears that the 
National Benaissance Party is solely a Hew 3fork City 
organisation being usea to spread anti-Semitic propaganda^ 
it is his belief the nations* Ilenaissance <i J arty could be 
part of a, large -world-wide plan to discredit the present 
Uerman Oovernaent and hinder the United States State 
Department in its plans for unification t>f western ilurope* 

T~£» who jias furnished reliable information in 
the past, advised on May 5, 195£> that "Women f s Voice" 
is the official publication of "rfe the Mothers Mobilise 
for Americas 2nc«* which was founded in Chicago in 1941 > 
and has been profanely anti-Semitic, anti-British, anti* 
Co&uaunist, anfci-United Nations, and anti-klSMayjiR 
Administration* According to 1-2, J4rs* IVLl CLAtfK Y*N 
HYklflG is the leader and head of this organisation* The 
Informant stated that the organisation is pro-German^ 
and that its publication "taen^s Toice" follows the 
organisation's views* 

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One photostatic copy of a "Transcript *$ V 
Proceedings In the Jfatter m' Passport A 
Application of, Pau"« Gaoaa& kMusUOh, « Ji \ 
which took place in Washington, D. C*, on 
August 31, 1955* 

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Carbon Copy and one photostatic copy of the 
above transcript are enclosed for Chicago* 

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A previous review of the passport file on 
4/12/^5., which was furnished Chicago by letter dated 
4/15/55, was not incorporated in this report because it 
is felt that it may nave b&&n utilised in a previous 

report. 



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concealed and T-Symbols were utilized only in those Instances 
where the identities of the sources must be concealed. 



REFKRENCE: 



Report of SA| 

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SYNOPSIS OF FACTS: 



No activity of AKDEBSON reported abroad. Subject reported a 
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Activities .in the 
United States 

On February 2, 1956, 1-2, who has furnished reliable' 
Information in the past, Advised that on February 1, 1956, 
?AUL G. ANDERSON, 1|300 TTorth Marine Drive, Chicago, Illinois, 
was considered a conference participant of the. Lightfoot 
-Defense Committee (LDC)* According to the informant, ANDER- 
SON'S name was to "be included on the mailing list of tho LDC, 



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On May 7» 19^.6, T-3, .who has furnished reliable 
information in the past, advised that the Lightfoot Defense 
Committee (LDC) was formed in the fall of 195k ^>7 the Com- 
munist Party for the purpose of publicising the arrest of 
CLAUDE HACK L2GHTK50T, Chairman of the Illinois -Indiana Dis- 
trict of the Communist Party, USA, under the Smith Act of 
1940, and to raise -funds for his defense. 

The "LDC -continued to operate under the direotion 
of the Communist Party until March, 1956* ;at which time the 
Communist Party broadened the scope of the organisation and 
jformed the Chicago Joint Defense Committee to Defeat the Smith 
Act (CJDC),, thereby dissolving the LDC« 

the Communist Party, USA-, has been designated by the 
Attorney General of the United States pursuant to Executive 
Order lOl^O* . 

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League., B*nai B'rith, 31+3 South Dearborn, Chicago, Illinois, 
Advised that he had heard of no recent activity on the part 
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..protect identity), Special Agent, United At**** fltwfeA 

Department, Chicago, Illinois, advised SA I 1 on 

November 6, 1951*, that PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON has 'been expelled 
from Switzerland fo* political activity and is a member of 
the National Renaissance Party, which has the motto.: "We will 
do for America what Hitler did .for Germany-. " 

It has been previously reported that PAUL GEORGE 
ANDERSON was born April .11, 19^6, at Chicago, Illinois* and 
resides with his .mother, ADELB ANDERSON, .at 4300 North Marine 
Drive, Chicago, Illinois* ANDERSON -was educated in Switzer- 
land and has travelled extensively in Europe.* 

ANDERSON reportedly has bragged about his associa- 
tion with Communists and Fascists in France and Switzerland* 
ANDERSON reported opposed -to the .EISENHOWER Administration 
and is anti-Semitic, An unknown individual with the narae[_ 



I I S&U3 North Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illinois, 

fictitious address), described the subject as a "very active 
and dangerous young Communist" and "is well, known at the Rus- 
sian Embassy in Washington*" ANDERSON is currently travelling 
in .Europe* . • 

Careful consideration has been given to each source 
concealed ana "T" symbols were utilized in this report :brily in 
those instances where the identities of the sources must be 
concealed* 



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•1956* This information was furnished to the Bureau 
by Legat letter dated March 1$, 195&* 

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At Mew York, New York 

Will contact informants and/or sources of the National 
Renaissance Party .in New York -for any Information concerning 
PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON. , 

■THE CHICAGO DIVISION 

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At Chicago « Illinois 

Will contact logical -informants in various organiza- , 
tions -in Chicago, such as the Labor Touth League and the Chicago 
Council of American-Soviet Friendship, for any Information con- 
cerning the subject. 



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PAUL GEORGE : A*DERSOH 
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Efforts to locate one 
Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illinois, who furnished 
information to the Bureau in November, 1955, nave 
hcen unsuccessful. Investigation disclosed that the 
address 261*3 Lake Shore Drive is a non*e z3 stunt 
address and logical efforts to locate one 
in Chicago hare been unsuccessful. 



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DETAILS,* 

The following informants f who have furnished reliable 
information in the past and are acquainted with .some phases of 
Communist Party activity, were contacted on the dates indicated 
below and advised they were not acquainted with anyone by the name 
of 'PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON: • . 

t~l advised on July 16, 1956, 
T«2 advised on July 20, 1956 ♦ 
T«3 advised on August 8, 1956* 



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Will, upon receipt of outstanding lead from the 
New York Office, consider placing this case in a pending inactive 
status until the subject returns to the United States, When the 
subject has returned to the United States, will consider requesting 
Bureau authority to interview the subject. 



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Subjeot raported oa 11/6/$*, to have been expelled froia 
Switzerland fop political activity and to have fceen a 
tserbojp of tho llafcional ^enalaaance Party (HiP). Jakes 
r^DOLTT, leader of the 73?, reportedly stated in August, 
1956» that ATIBIOSOB had been -a ssraber of the ZOP for 
three op f ovj? years and had visited K£G in 1955* but 
*he &30W -nothift^ pe^ardlng his activities. 



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la the paafc, adviaeS EA | T on tlovenber 6, 

19^ii t that Tmi. m&m tWKWWTia^T&Qn excelled 
fposi Svltserland for political activities and is a 
T-ember of the National Heriaiasance Zavtf <S1?) i&ich 
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T-2* nho h*s fwalahed tillable information in the . 
oa*t* it 7 <ed on Kay 19, 1955* that the OT at preaent Is a 
neo-Na»l» anti-Semitic* antt*ffegra organisation with 
activities presently confined to the New York , Otty «?••• *• 
aald that ite araaant ucitvUtaa conalat of holding outdoor 
meeting *nd the diatributinn of literature throu heut 
the United States and abroad where it la rer>?inted by 
other siailar organisations* tihls informant stated 
that the m.'i? leader and founder la «TJi VJS H« HABOLB and 
^eVlnolpal financial contributor la TODSncK WB1SS. 
He stated at present the party ntwbarahip la -very swell • 

Jha April* W$$* National ^enalaaance Bulletin" » 
official &X9 publication, Hated headquarters at 10 
Weat 90th Street* Uew York City* 

2hc 2HP was the subject of a nrelimln&ry report 
on neo-fascist and hate ^roupa ?ubliahed by the |ouae 
Uonrilttta on un-American activities on Uece.her 17. v)5b> 
-Which stated that th!e neo-fascist groupa« activitiea vcA 
yro^asanda ire clearly au^vevaive and un-Awerican, 

«T-2 stated on July t>, 19£6 t that he had vo 
information reiwdinfc a :?>Atm OBO^B A'^EH SOU* allegedly a 
ravfifr* of the 'H<?. -T-2 added on Auguat 8, 19fo* that 
j"75 ",W*» leader of the N?P, allegedly had a ta ted in 
AUKuatj 19j>^ that PAU& ANMH30H haa been a memoes; of the 
3HP for the Jaat three or four years. ^ADOLR indicated he did 
not recall ho* r'lWSOW had cone to join the P»rty> and he 
Tmew nothing regarding hia background except that he live* 
in Chicago on %kkeahore Drive and ie about 27 years of aje, 
yAWS added that AflPStfOU had vial ted him in tfew York City 
in 19^i but that ha knew nothing further regarding his 
activities* $-2 stated that ;HAD0K) expressed an opinion that 
JWDB^SON could be an agent for someone but ^J^ftjJ ^ 
.definite information regarding thla except that AJDSrtSOH 
had travelled extensively in Suitserlend, Guatemala and 
Uuseia, 5-2 advised that to hia knowledge, ANDff'fH has 
never been active in the mf and has, only visited Hew York 
Olty on the occasion mentioned above by HAE0i«B» 



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T-3* Who ftM fumiihtd reliablt Information In 
tht poitaoonetaming poroona active An oormanp-Araericim 
circles in tho Mi* Tork oroo* Indicated on Jtaly 19# 1956* 
thot he dia not Know Tkm* oeorqs ahdersoh. 



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Identity 
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report only in those instances where the Identities of 
the sources must be concealed ♦ 

ADMIKI3TRATIVE 

£he files of the N20 were cheeked and no 
information was looated which could be identified with 
JPAuli CBSORQE AWBERSON. 



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regard to the latter' 8 conversation with PAUL a. ANDERSON, 
considered by the Passport Office to be identical with the 
subject* It is attested that if this inforaation is 
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subject; pAUL QE0RGE anderson 
INTERNAL SECURITY - X 

Reurlet dated 10-24-56 and WPO letter 
dated 11-6-56. 

A review of Bureau file fails to 
reflect that lookout notices have been placed 
with INS and Customs. 

Since you are considering requesting ,<$? 
Bureau authority to interview subject oipon his 
return to the United States, you should also 
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PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON , ' 
INTERNAL SEC 1 iRITY - X 



January22i» 1957 




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I T did not think that ANDERSON was employed 
due to his .financial independence , 

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ascertain ANDERSON* s exact address In Chicago as 
it Is felt that he could be contacted through his 
mother. 

A review of subject's activities disclose, 
that he was reported to have been expelled from 
Switzerland for "political activity* Subject reportedly 
in 1951*. bragged about his association with Communists 
and Fasolsts in France and Switzerland* He was 
reported to have been involved in a conspiracy to 
overthrow the Yugoslavian Government and was 
expelled from Switzerland for this reason* 

It is to be noted that this information 
has not been substantiated* 

ANDERSON reportedly worked tor "We. 
the Mothers" organization in Chicago and claimed 
he was a member of the National Renaissance 
Party. ANDERSON reportedly has exhibited anti-Semitic 
pamphlets, and has displayed book^aonoerning progress 
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who "is veil known at the Russian Embassy in 
Washington* w This letter further describes ANDERSON 
as having "visited Europe before on courier missions 
for the Communist Party" and he is "competent in 
his missions for the Party*" 

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obtaining visa applications for the purpose of 
traveling to the USSR* 

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participant of the Idghtfoot Defense Committee* 
a Communist front . organization in Chicago* 

While visiting in Europe in 1956 subject 
reportedly told a Swedish National that he* ANDERSON* 
was being sent out on a world mission to visit 
various lands* primarily South America and Germany* 
to rally Nasi and Fascist forces toward an active, 
union which informant believed to be with certain 
Communist groups* . , ' / ,' 

Subject also suggested to this Swedish 
National thsbta pornographic Xilm be made in Sweden 
with ANDERSON in' the title role* 

ANDERSON also reported traveling in 
Communist Hungary and possibly Russia in 1956* 

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that investigation was first opened in this case 
in 11/51*. when ANDERSON was eighteen years of age. 
(ANDERSON was born lj/11/36, ** Chicago, Illinois,) 
At the, present time JtNDERSON Is only twenty years 
of age* J, . 

In view of the above, and since ANDERSON 
does not represent any informant potential nor 
do his activities constitute a security risk, it 
is felt that an interview with ANDERSON might 
result in embarrassment to the Bureau* Tfhe Chicago 
office is not requesting Bureau authority to interview 
ANDERSON, 

No further action Is being contemplated 
in this matter and this case is being closed. 



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July 2-1, 1959 




SAC, CHICAGO (106-2363) 



PAUL GEORGR ANDERSON 
IS - X 

St Legat, Madrid, letter to the Bureau dated 
6/3/89, captioned, "ANDERSEN; INTERNAL SECURITY- C. 

A review of the Information set forth in ref erencod 
lottor regarding ANDERSEN discloses that this individual 
appears to be identical with PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON, who has 
previously been under Investigation by the Chicago Office* 

Enclosed for the Bureau are two extra copies of 
this letter for the information of Legat, Madrid, 

A resume of ANDEBSON v s activities is as follows: 

PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON, 4300 Horth Lake Shore Drive, 
Chicago, Illinois, was born April 11, 1936, at Chicago, 
Illinois, ANDERSON is a grandson of Mr, OL3EN of Olson 
and Ebann Jewelry Coapany, 309 South State Street, Chicago, 
Illinois. This firm operates a chain of retail Jewelry 
stores throughout the Midwest* 

ANDERSON'S parents ere divorced and his residence 
is with his aether, ADBUS ANDRBSON, and his grandfather at 
the above address. 

In 1954, ANDERSON received a passport in Chicago 
to travel in Europe; however, this passport was later taken 
up by the United States State Department. ANDERSON was 
also issued a passport in 1949 and was included on his 
Mother's passport in 1947. 

In 1954, ANDERSON was reported to have been 
expelled from Switzerland for political activity. ANDERSON 
reportedly in 1954 bragged about his association with 
Communists and Fascists in Trance and Switzerland. He was 
reported to have been involved in a conspiracy to overthrew 
the Yugoslavian government and was expelled from Switzerland 
for that reason. 

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ANDERSON reportedly worked .for "We, The Mother**' 
organization in Chicago and also claimed he was a member 
of the National Renaissance Party, both organisation* being 
anti-Semitic* ANDERSON reportedly has exhibited anti-Semitic 
pamphlets and has displayed books concerning progress In 
Bed China* 

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JBX in November, 1955* ^ This letter described the subject 
as a "very active and dangerous young Communist", who "is 
known at the Russian Embassy in Washington." This letter 
further describes; ANDERSON as having "visited Rurope before 
on courier missions for tho Communist Party", mnd he is 
"competent in his missions for the Party*" 

, „**. ?**i* io *• ***** that investigation was conducted 
in 1955 and 1956 in Chicago to ascertain the sender of this 
letter which resulted in negative results* 

^_^ J*. 4° ril * 5 » 1955 ' ANDERSON contacted the Soviet 
Embassy, Washington, D. C.» for the purpose of obtaining 
^risa applications for the purpose of traveling to the 
Union of soviet Socialist Republics. 

Xa 1956, subject reportedly considered m conference 
participant of the JLightfoot Defense Committee, a Communist 
front organisation in Chicago. 

told a Swedish National that he, ANDERSON, was being sent 
out on a world mission to Yisit various lands, primarily 
South America and Germany, to rally Nasi and fascist forces 
toward an active union, which informant believed to be 
with certain Communist groups. 

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in the title role. 

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24, 1959j that ANDERSON was in the United Kingdom from May 
5 to 10, 1959j and that while he was there he made contact 
with the White Defense League which is an extreme Fascist 
organization. He is reported to have urged the White Defense 
League to advocate and employ strong-arm methods in order to 
get rid of the negroes and so forth, and to have offered 
the League financial aid. He produced letters of accredita- 
tion from the Democratic -Nationalist Party of Chicago and 
left the following samples of its literature*. 

"Integration News" - published by the Southern States 
Press Association. National Press Building, Washington, 
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"Frontier" - published by the Realpolitical Institute, 
Post Office Box 1785, Chicago 90, Illinois. 

"The Uew Man in Our Image" - article by EUSTACE MULLINS - 
reprinted from "The Truth Seeker, " a journal for reasoners 
and racists, 38 Park Row, New York 8, New York. 

The White Defense League has come in for considerable 
criticism in the United Kingdom recently on account of the 
Fascist views of its leaders and they apparently look on 
ANDERSON with suspicion, fearing that he was an agent of the 
Communists. The league itself is a comparatively Insignificant 
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I I Anti-Defamation League, B'ixai B'rlth, 343 South 
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It Is noted that this report Bakes Mention of 
the following Individuals of interest to the Chicago 
Division : 

SJUSTACE MUJUUINS*..., 
JlAlj^LSON 
MATT KOEHIr 

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oa ®a*aatoftr 17, m&* aad dlaoaoaad tiiat JPaul QKtffi 
Aodaraoa *aa laaaad ftt&iport Hoabar 180905$ on ^oferttary «* 
im% At Cbi«**o, Illinois, for propoatd tiro iKmths 1 travol 
to *aat Kuropa, Africa and tit* Middle East for pttrpooa* o« 
buaiuaws, plaaaura mud ©duration. In fcia application dated 
January 30* lPSd, tea atataa that Imi iataaded to depart iron 
New Tetfc about Kara*, %$m, t»j> Bviaa Air or Seelaadie Airline. 
Hi stated hm mm ..get traveling % organised tow aad that fee 
intended to atise aoetaer trip abroad in tlta aext art*** U*i« 
peasport «ea valid ior too yam 4 travel to all eottatriei* 
eaeept* Albania, Bulgaria* fftt*ga«7i Aad taoee pertAetie of 
Caiae* aerea ana Viet~Ne* wider eoanuaiet control, Uubjeet 
atated fee waa 3»ora oa April li# 19S6* at Chicago, Illinois* 
mod the f ila eoatAina a notation that bio birtu eertllicate 
baa beea aaaa by peeeport authorities Subject gave hie 
aataaaaat reeidence aa o Xertfc Vebanh Avenue, Chicago 3# 
niiaele. aa* hie aeillag aottreee aa cara of ** C* Aadereoa 
Gold coupaay# aaaa addreee. Be Hated liia father aa uaariee 
Aaeeraea f liora Juae So> 1000* at Chicago, lUinoia, and •&» 
vaa residing at o Jtorta Webaato Avenue* Chicatfo, llliool*. He 
listed feiu aether aa Adele Anderson* bora April. 4, IfHWl* at 
Chicago, fttiaoie* aud who resided at 4800 jtfortli xalta Sliora 
l>rivat 

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Inotosod herewith are f lve espies of m letterhead 
asnwrandna contatnlng information concerning captioned 
individual. 

Hit information was brought to the attention of 
the WO throngh liaison vita the Passport Office of the 
fl» S. Department of Stats which was oegalsant of Bureau's 
previous interest la this oasa« 

She f lies of the Passport Off les co nc er n in g the 
subject wars reviewed hy SA JAMBS 1, W5ILLT ca 1S/17/50, 
and disclosed too following Information: 



tao American e m ba ss y , Stockholm, Sweden, ay 
Oparatioas Msaowamtiwi to tao Sspartmsat of Stats datod 
6/26/57* eoaceraing tao activities of MSI. fft, AnttSOH 
reejoeated the letter agency to confirm whether or not 
was a dtlasa of the 0. S. sad asking what actios should bs 
takta sine* his activities had bson tao subject of several 
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whoa nobody can toll what to do or how to behave and, who always 
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8/»/57, advlaod that AJaaaUtfal aaa loot iaanod ftaaaport 
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bin aaapport and* lit that tino, oaaatna it oarofnHy for any 
violation of tha traval rootriotiono containod thoroin. no 
stato pppartaont furthor advinod that it had rooolvod ronorta 



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of vaioa van forwatood to tao Stato Oopartaont on 9/14/fta, 
in oaioa ho pavo ai« logal a d droap aa 31 north Stato Stmot, 
Chicngo. IllinoU, and hia f otoign addrooa aa Botol Doouo, 

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By oooorondt* dfttod 10/a/dB# tho Aooriooa Conoulmto 
ill Berlin, 8o*»oity> oaoloood iw tho attontion of tho 
Doptrtaont of 8Utf! tho original of a lotto* fro* tiho JTront 
Off loo Manogor of tho Borlin HiltOa Hotol dAtod «/44/a9, to 
tlio Aaorloaa Gonoulato oontolning a oo oploi nt Ahoitt *ho 
OllOgOd OOtiVitiOO aod OtatoaO&tO Of MWi AXBttSOK, a U« ft, 

eltiaoa irho hod boo* o guoot of tho hotol on oovoral ooeaolono< 

fbo lottor, In oubotaaoo* ottributod to AHMUKHf 
tho loo* a* oootrootioa of oovoral biblo* which tho hotol, 
oooording to ito oootoa* *laood la hio mot. Sho lottor 
mloo attttftd that alBHUMK, f«» t*ao to tfeio, t had oaaogod to 
ooaroroatioa with varlooo aoaooro of tho botOl'oaKoptloa doo* 
aad aado ototiaottto hootilo mod doproootory to Jooo, Bogroo* 
Owiotiaao, ftrooldoat XIUXBOfBB mod Cbiof Jootloo and 
Mro* EiftL WAlWH* aaoo* Othoro. 

Saattoach oo tho writ** of too lottor otatod that 
thooo roooifho woro oalr ladiroet footatioao obtain** *roa 
tho iadividoolo with oho* AXBBttOtf hod opohon, too* a*o not 
oot oat horoia* Corroot photograph* of tho oabjoat will ho 
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On January 8, I960, the following letter was 
received at the Blooraington Resident Agency of the Indianapolis 
Division of the FBI: 

"Rural route 8, Box 340 
Blooraington, Indiana 
January 6, i960 

"Federal Bureau of Investigation 
219 West 4th Street 
Blooraington, Indiana 

"Dear Sirs, 

"On the morning flight of the CM. A. airline from 
Mexico City to Chicago, on December 31, 1959* I was seated 
next to a young man named Paul Anderson, a Chicago resident. 
He claims to be the travelling representative of the Institute 
for Bio-Politics which, I gather, has headquarters in Chicago. 
His passport, literally covered with visas, tends to sub- 
stantiate this claim although I suspect that as the only child 
of a wealthy family he bears some of his expenses. The organiza- 
tion to which he belongs has as its purpose the establishment 
of an elite fascist ruling group and the elimination of Negroes, 
Jews, or any other group which' the organization deems "non-white". 
It would seem that the organization includes the remains of 
earlier organizations such as that of Gerald Smith, the Deutsche- 
Amerika Bund, and similar extremists. At present the Institute 
for Bio-Politics is attempting to loosely affiliate with the 
segregationist Citizens Councils of the southern states. 



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IP 100-0 BE: PAUL ANDERSON 

"While I realize this misguided organization cannot 
achieve its irrational goals and can exist only In the lunatic 
fringe, I am concerned as to Its activities in fomenting local 
racial and religious strife. For example, Mr. Anderson often 
boasted of the Institute's success in causing trouble In the 
Deerfield housing project near Chicago, in causing friction 
between europeans and U.S. negro military personnel, in 
creating anti-semitism, et cetera. He had the usual collection 
of literature and newspaper clippings to promote his cause. 
I anticipate that I shall receive additional material. 

"All of the above is obviously known to you; In 
fact, Mr. Anderson stated as much. Consequently* the main 
purpose of this letter is to relieve my pent-up emotion. I 
found It extremely difficult to maintain a calm and rational 
attitude In order to learn more of Mr. Anderson and the 
Institute for Bio-Politics. Mr. Anderson Interpreted my 
attitude as one of sympathy, or potential sympathy, for his 
cause despite my assertions to the contrary. 

"Mr. Anderson Is fanatically devoted to this cause 
and will happily talk for hours with the slightest encouragement. 
If one of your agents approaches him with a suitable amount of 
flattery and interest he can easily learn anything known to 
Mr. Anderson. Such an agent, in my opinion, should be paid 
time-and-one-half; he would more than earn It. 

"Sincerely yours, 



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Professor 



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the information furnished in his letter set forth above, 
ANDERSON was with him approximately eight hours on the 
plane and promised to send him some literature in the future. 
He described the literature as made up in two classes, one 
which was the mild type on an intellectual level; and two, 
which was much stronger and which was sent out if the person 
was not offended by the first type or class of literature . 
ANDERSON stated that the second class of literature was so 
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stated that he saw ANDERSON'S passport 
which contained many visas from all major European countries 
including East Germany, and Iceland. ANDERSON also told him 
that he had visited the Scandinavian countries and South Africa. 
ANDERSON stated that his parents both resided in Chicago and 
were rather wealthy. ;,He described his mother as a scatter- 
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described ANDERSON as follows: White, male, American, 
age 21-25, 5'10" to 6*, 150 to 160 pounds, medium build, light 
brown hair, wearing horn-rimmed glasses, no marks noticeable, 
neat, business appearance, and characteristics - speaks German 
fluently. 

The above is for the information of Chicago and no 
further investigation is being instituted in the Indianapolis 
Division. 



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^eonfldentiel eoarto M>oeo reliability 
i* wtimtm «Mte* on Jenwery B# l$60/*ttat infers* Won 
recently *aoe available to Mm Inoleetes tljefc tbo 
lajtittt^ for ilenolltieft i« ooperently t*eiag "reactivated 
In tli* Chic*?*, Illinois «m»" 

the or^enixation ia reportedly «&t$oeed of a 
fifty mb*«* *V;0*a*nin« ^edy* eltfcot&h tfc* eatuel aeafeersMi) 
1* allegee* to eonelftt of a "great ciany mere nea^era**' 
Aeeerdinfg teethe eeuree* the orseniastica* la ant J- Semitic 
and enti-X#?ro la ehareetev an* 1 " there It little doubt 
In the *in4 of the aouroo that tne jien in control of 
*the inetitate* feel that the »egro an* the Jew nuet 
fee 4ene away fcith in sone feahioa sltinotely* 



4euree h*« 4eterttineo that *the institute" la 
Apparently headquartered in Chlea&o* Illinois* *mt 
they maintain no office, no telephone, *o4 bo a4dre&o 
ether then Poet >ffiee ion 1TS5, Chieeee 90# Illinois* 
Thay are reportedly nesting on « regular t>eeia, although 
the lee*tiea of sueh neetlng nee sot available to the 
eouree* Faul Ooorge -Anderson is *Ueist4 to he "the heeJ 
nan* ia the Chisago ares%i4 Fayaero Helton, uauioe ft&Uat* 
F# Allen Hann an* Nett loehl oeawlso **he pmtw** of the 
organisation* "A *ee*»** auxiliary apparently exists 
•within the frejsjwerlc of the *?rouj> ens is s«apeee4ly »ore 
native than the nele olonent of the Institute tor ?*ieeoiiti«s» * 

"V 'Ueoonlinis to the information available; to the 

aeuree* the nevenent is 4eser&*e4 as not mi Interne timel 
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leaders of similar organisations abroad* they are not 
restricted to activity in the United states* 

Source stated that the, organisation has a 
^Saslth and Wesson" committee responsible for collection 
of firearms and apparently comprise tbo paopla who 
will ultimately be assigned to utilise these arms. 
In this eonnectioni«oure# understands that the 
Institute for Blopolities maintains a list of "certain 
politicians" narked for simultaneous death^ 

Paul Anderson reportedly 1ms advised* source 
stated* that their organisation has done little in the 
way of organised activity in the past* hut is now "reedy 
to become operational.* An example of the proposed 
sotivity of this group was sited as the Beerfield* Illinois* 
situation where the organisation allegedly intends to 
V J* infiltrate with propaganda* source advised that according 
<;^ to various "veiled eosaaents* the two model hones recently 

erected in the Deerfield, Illinois area were to he dynamited J 
further details concerning this were not available to the 
source* 

> Source stated that the organisation reportedly 

^ o had no part in the boshing of the Jewish temple in Atlanta, 
, :' £ Oeorgia* in 1958* fhey are alleged to Jaeva ststed that 
J 4 had they performed the betting » the temple would have been 
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Regarding Hie financial statue of the organisation* 
source stated that a nusher of Chicago businessmen are 
supposed to be backing the group* Also* one Axol tfenner-gren* 
the Swedish multi«millionaire industrlslist* is expected to 
issue the group a large rinanoial grant* 

Source advised that Edward Pleekenatein* a ttew 
York attorney* is s meaber of this movement* Fleekenetein* 
who was thrown out 1 of Germany in 1953 because of his 
anti^semitio activity* has decided to return to Germany 

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In view of tba change in political elloato there* 
J3i intends to leav« for tjemany on February &*# I960* 
ISust&ce' Hulli»*# a naa&er of the Chieago gxHiup* ha* 
ststsd his Intention of miking the trip with Fleefeanstein* 

HJonroe stated that B»ny of the things concerning 
A the organisation sound completely ridiculous* Bo elted 
aa an example t?»t*-3Uftm«tt»3£iita iaalntaln* a eaka of 
soap oa a silver tray in his livlagroaa which* according 
,t© r'ullins, is oil that -roaiina of savoral Jaws froa 
^Oohmb»# taothar axaa^l«t''»04«foo stated* is that 
^ Max4Maon has erected a sacrifieo altar in Mi backyard 

v, r /on which soste day a blood aaorif Ace oT a Jaw will be 
vr / Kade*"5'£e«a»es ha a ndviaed that while these things 
f $ '<" ' seoa to border on insanity * those nen spoke of sueh activities 
; in complete seriousness* ^.Seiare* stated that baaed an his 

X acquaintanceship With this group ho can only regard them 

yp ■ as cowpla tely 'dangerous and *the roost dedicated aen ho 
has ever known* 1 ? .. 

Thia aeaorendusa is loaned to you by the 3*ederal 
Bureau of 3hTQ*tig*tion and neither it nor its ecnteat* 
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-DIRBCTO, Til 
SAC., CHICAGO 

INSTITUTE FCR BIOPOLITICS 
EACIAL HATTSRS 

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Enclosed herewith are the original and 7 copies 
of a letterhead memorandum setting forth details of 
captioned organisation. 



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consider withholding dissemination In view of the faot 
that the Chicago Division i« currently considering 

J as a potential criminal 

s request Is also made in vi ew of the 
faot that limited contact has been had with r 



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sets forth information concerning the possible dynamiting 
of two model homes recently erected in JDeerfield, Illinois* 
Bureau authority is requested to furnish this information 
on a confidential basis to DAVID PETERSON, Chief of Police, 
Deerfield, Illinois, Chief PETERSON, a very reliable police 
officer, has cooperated in every respect with the Bureau 
in the past* 

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intelligence agencies locally for the reason so stated. 

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Sul?J*c^*» nam© and aliases 

■PAUL AI2X^I1DER 



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Facte of Complaint 

'CoTt^pl stated that subj had advisedhim that ho, subj > is a member of the Re-emergence 
of the "Nazi .Bund, which was .a Nationalist Socialist organisation originated by 
"Killer ♦ Subj .calls himself a Racist and States that the ideals of Hitler are 
a those .followed by, :this .group. Subj had asked ss ccmpl if he would be inter- 
ested by a group like this* According t compl, they are anti-<semitist, and 
anti-negro, believing only 'in the supremacy of the -white ;arlan or nordic race 
as .a -pure race* Subj has stated 'that is violence is the only answer "to this 
problem. Subj is also anti-church, and has stated that the group "boliams that 
the 'uiiijnate execution of all clergy is also unaviodable. Bubj has stated -that 
any steps "toward -integration or acceptance ■*>£ Jewish peoples is & step toward 
the destruction of the pure white race. Subj is V3,ry sincere in his beliefs 
but will not disclose the wmas of other timbers or places of their 'naetings. 
Subj is .unertployed and spends a gr#at deal :of his ti^e travellings He is 'an 
"expert" on Switzerland. Kis father > an art dealer and old gold buyer and 
seller, As ve^ wealthy. Bubj once had trouble with the government re : things 
'he eaid while "in Europe - compl could not elaborate on this .- -and had trouble 
getting a passport a couple -of ti&es. Subj had stated to ttompl that he, 
the subj, was on the "FBI 11 list, but did aot explain. 

According to 'up, indices ;neg on compl but reflected the following references on 
a PAUL AM)JEScNj 100-0-7^678^ 100-D-68792, 121-l?38-63pl, & 62p2, 10(W^33-lB3e 

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Remylet date d 1/21/60. 

There is enclosed herewith one copy of a two page 
M ,, press release from E. MULLINS, 2B, 2239 Lincoln Avenue, 
Y Chicago, Illinois; release 3:00 pm, 12/14/59, entitled 
"POLICE STATE TERROR ON .LINCOLN AVENUE." 



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advised SA IRVIN K. OWEN that he had received an envelope 
addressed to him from P.O. Box 1785, Chicago 90, Illinois, 
postmarked at Chicago 1/14/60. This envelope contained a 
two page printed "press Release" entitled "POLICE STATE 
TERROR ON LINCOLN AVENUE." He stated that there was no name 
of sender, letter, or any other correspondence in this 
envelope, but that he is sure that it was sent to him by 
PAUL ANDERSON because of the facts he furnished before 
concerning this individual, which facts were set forth in 
referenced letter. He stated that he had expected to 
receive a "racial diatribe" from the way ANDERSON had talked 
to him; but, instead, this letter appeared to be an outburst 
against the PBI, which shocked him and Infuriated him even 
more. He advised that he would be glad to furnish all 
information received by him from this source in the future. 

The Chicago Division is requested to advise the 
Indianapolis Division if the receipt of such further correspondence 
from this source_iiQiild_ks of any assistance to the Chicago 



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KJorwlalnnnt States not A1DERSCH on evening of 2/26/60 at CXJA'iO'.O 
Bar on State Btraetj -'Chtoa^Oj "TlHno.is, States AilDEilSOIT .«cfcre^.ely 
vulgar individual find .made antl-jTowlahj anti-Ttofiro .arid "anW- 
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£"5>^ PAVL CEORCS AllDERSOH - 
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ooi Chicago 

Re Chicago Airtol to Director, dated 3/20/60, captioned 
"INSTITUTE FOR BIOPOLITICS, RACIAL KAOTBltS." 

Referenced ! Chicago Airtel enclosed a letterhead aemorandum 
letting forth information that the Institute For Biopolitica is 
reportedly being "reactivated In the Chicago, Illinois area"* This 
letterhead also advised that captioned individual is alleged to be 
"the head man n in the Chicago area* 

The Chicago Division has Instituted investigations concerning 
the organisation Institute For Bippolitics, and concerning the 
individual PAUL GEORGE AHPERSOH. N AHPERSON has been designated »n . 
a potential bombing suspect of this division in view of his close 
association With SUSTACK CLAEEJKffi MCXLIKS, MMTKARD • ORLAEDQ HSLSOH . v 
and MATTHIAS KOEHL, Jr#, all potential bombing suspects la Chicago«\> 



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advised SAROBERT^J. DGLAN that he hae-1 jusfc* learned from subject 



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that-he, AflDERSOtf, intends^ to_danart_on or about April 18, I960 on 
an extensive European tourV I \\Aio has .requested that his 

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In view of the above information, the Washington Field 
Office is requested to conduct a current review of the files of the 
Passport Office* Department of State for information concerning 
AUDERSQlf, and submit results to the Chicago Division so that 
appropriate dissemination can be made prior to subject's departure* 
VPO is in possession of necessary background Information concerning 
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Sine* this information reveals an investigative 
interest in a foreign diplomatic establishment and because 
of the sensitive. nature of the informant, if any of the 
information in disseminated outside the Bureau it should be 
additionally paraphrased to conceal the source and should be 
classified confidential* 



On March 25, I960, [ 



] reported that the Polish 



Consulate - Chicago requested a decision from the Polish 
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Warsaw, concerning the issuance b7E 
of a ten-day tourist visa to American, writer journalist 
PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON, who was bom March 11, 1936. 



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a eomt review of the f ilea a* the Passport Office Sat 
laforaatioa eoaceralag JJH8B80* aad to eaeait eeae to 06 
so that appropriate dleccalnitlea can be aade prior to 
AVDXlftOtf's departera la April, 1050, for on asteasive 

Bylet lV2t/M, 910 feraished results of a 
review of subject's file at tea Passport Office. Jala 
review refloated subject waa issued a passport oa 3/6/50* 

Oader passport refUlatloas aa erdlaary passport 
each aa issued to subject ia valid lor a period of two yeare. 
(Paaaporta issued after 9/14/30, are valid for a period of tfiree 
years) at the aad of *hich time it eay be renewed for aa 
additional too years. These regulations perait the eee of 
a paaapert for lawful travel within tao period of ite 
validity sheuerer aad aa of tea aa desired without farther 
prior notification to taa Department of State; 

Since subject reeeived a valid passport oa 
S/4/69, ha aill aot have to renew title paeaport until 2/6/41, 
aad eaa travel to Surope aa of tea aa he deelree aithoat advlaiag 
Paeaport Office of hie trip. 

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reported that PAUL ANDSBSON contacted . 

of the Polish Consulate, Chicago, and explained that 

he had applied for a Polish visa 3i_«eaka_age and 

still has not received any uord. I I responded 

that they are still salting for a decision from Warsaw 
shleh should arrive on Thursday. ANDERSON ezcimlasd 
that he sas leaving Chicago on Saturday and l I 
requested that he visit the Consulate for the i 
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Remy'let dated 2/4/60. 
On 3/28/60 , Professor! 




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advised SA IRVIN K. 'OWEN that he has received no further 
information concerning the subject nor any further 
literature in this matter. He stated that he would 
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SAC, CHICAGO (100-0) 

PAUL ANDERSON 
SECURITY MATTER - C 

0. 0, Chicago 

Reurlet March 29, 1960 referring to a previous 
tter of Pebruary 4, 1960 apparently captioned as above* 

Chicago indices failed to reflect receipt of urlet 
of Pebruary 4, I960. Please furnish copy of saae. 



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DIRECTOR, FBI (100*415051) 

SAC, CHICAGO (105-2363) 

PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON 

BOMBING HATTERS - RACIAL HATTERS 



Re Washington field letter to Director 12/29/59 
captioned, "PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON, IS - X", and Chicago 
letter to the Director 3/30/60* 

Submitted herewith are the original and 5 copies 
of a letterhead memorandum setting forth information 
concerning captioned Individual and his proposed travel 
activities. 

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Special Agent, U.S. Department 



of State, Chicago, Illinois. 

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It is noted that by letter dated 4/5/60, the 
Washington Field Office advised that since subject received 
a valid passport on 2/6/59, he will not be required to renew 
this passport until 2/6/61 and can travel to Europe as often 
as he desires without advising Passport Office of his 
intentions. 

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PAUL aJSGBGE AMTCRSOi 

£OMBZHO MATTERS - RACIAL UATTXRS 

A confidential source, who nae furnished r •liable 
information In the past, advised on March, 30, IPfO, tnat 
Paul George Anderson intends to depart on o* about April 22, 
1360, on an extensive Suropean tour* Source stated the 
following la Anderson *s proposed itinerary lor this tour: 



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Destination 


Hotel 


Kagle Aviation 


Bcraude 




Quest Airways 


Aeoree 




Avlanca 


Lisbon 


Lisbon Hotal 


Traasporta Aaraos 


Madrid 


Plata Hotal 


Portugueses 






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Barcelona' 

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Hotel Aveaida 
Palace 




Geneva 


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Zurich 






Vienna 


CXiaa Hotel 




e>eweej o* o*se 


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The files of the Passport Office, United States 
t>epartaeat of State, Yashin* ton, »*C, en Deeeaber 17, 19*9, 
disclosed that Paul George Anderson was issued Passport 
Muaber 13099*9 on Pebruary %, 19*9, at Chicago, Hlinoia. 

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West Geraaay, Africa and the Middle Baet for purposea of 

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January 30, 1959, Anderson stated be was not traveling by ". 
orgaaiaed tour and that be Intended to sake another trip 
abroad in the nest year* This passport was valid for two 
years travel to all countries except Albania, Bulgaria, 
Hungary, and those portions of China, Korea and Yiet-Nan 

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5L c £i2*2i J} 1 !?^ nu *"• *»«*cetee Sto birta certificate 

**d been oxa*lnsd by passport authorities. Be gave his 
P"»*tteat rosidence m ft Berth wabaeh avenue/ c5cngo2, 

?° x 2 Co ^ to y» —** ****•*•• Anderson Identified his father 
as Maurice Andcrsou, bora June 86, 1*00, at Chicago! Illinois 

fiiJ?°i**,n5S "J**?, 1 ** mth f* *• Aeeie Aaderaea, bera 
resided at 4300 Berth Lake shore Drive, Chicago, Illinois. 

cSiJSlat Srty^S) T "* **••«* »eabershlp la the 

a*..*.* J*iiJ£ t ''& k J*£ '5** 1 *■*»***•* by the Attorney 
Qeaeral of the United states pursuant to Ssecutive Order 104S0. 

, »eiiski* 4i*22Zi ^*f ?»**** ••«*», who has furaished 
™***J»« *»*«*»*>tios ia the past, advised on Xoveaber 6. 1954/ 

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*S J po i 4t i wa .* ctlvU1# * *** ** ***** **■* *•* * »eaber of the 

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"Ve Will Do for Aaerloa Vhat Bltler Did for Oeraaay". 

Mll ^ u A*"!?, 00- !**!?** 1 * •»**«•* who has furaiahed 
J?i l ££ X Ai llfowi * Uon u tbm *•**» ***** <» May Id, 19SS, that 
the BBP at preeeat is a aeo-Baai, anti-Seaitlc, anti-Beiro 
orgsnleatloa with activities presently confined to the »ew York 

f 4 8«!**** /• ••"J*** **• »*•••<* activities cowSuJt St 
holding outdoor Meetings sad the distribution of literature 
throughout the Ualted States aad abrond where it is reprinted 
eL 4 sS?i* 4 5 Ulr «Wi«*tieas. This inf oraaat atatedthat 
#%.5E.} iM, f HM mud ** *■ Jfl »« l »• **•*• *** the principal 
JJ^SSi? 1 w £i*! to * ^ »•*•**•* Weiss. Be stated at present 
the Party ssabership is very swell, ot-w 

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the HBP was the subject of a proliainary report 

£J f£%2!111Zt ***<*£* ****** ******** »y **»* Bouse Comaittee 

that this neo-fascist group's activities aad propaganda are 
clearly subversive and ua-Amorleaa. *■"■■"■• «-» 

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A confidential source, previously Mentioned, 
advised on January IS, 19S0, that Paul Oeorgo Anderson is 
reportedly "the bead nan" in the reactivation of an organisatloa 
in Chicago, Illinois, which they call the "Institute for 
Biopolltice"* Source deacribed this organisation as anti- 
seaitic and anti-negro in character and said that there is 
little doubt in the mind of the source that the men in control 
of "the Institute" feel that the Negro and the Jew muet be 
done away with in some fashion Ultimately* 



The movement, source atated, is not international 
but because of lta alleged close ties maintained between 
leaders of similar organisations abroad, they are not 
restricted to activity in the United States* Source also 
advised the organisation reportedly la expecting a large 
financial grant from one Axel Weoner-gren, a Swedish multi~ 
millionaire industrialist* 



This same source furnished the following physical 
description of Anderson t 

lace thite 

Sex male 

Height o' 

taight 145 pounds 

Bmir Blood, wavy to the point 

of frying crinkly 

**•* Blue, wears ihell-rimmed 



marital Status Single 

This memorandum is loaned to you by the federal 
Bureau of Investigation, and neither it nor its contents 
to be distributed outside the agency to which loaned* 



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enolooing letterhead aaaoraadua* 

•uboitted herewith ig the original and f ire eoplee 
of a letterhead aeaoraadim netting forth additional lafoma- 
tion concerning p r op o n e d travel activities of capttoood 
individual. 

The ooaf idaatial iaferaaat ntntloned ia attached 
le tterhead n o a o randun . vho famished iaforaatloa on 3/85/60, 
ia i I who has famished reliable iaforaatloa in the 
pasfT 

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on 4A9/60 ie | who hae famished roliabl* imf ora- 
tion ia the pasx; 

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ooaf Idaatial ia that information contained therela reveale 
aa investigative internet in a foreign diplomatic eetablleh- 
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RACIAL MATTERS 
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, , Re Indianapolis letter to Chicago dated 
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The Chicago Division has recently designated 
captioned individual as a potential boabing suspect 
of this office. In addition, investigation is currently 
being conducted regarding *he "Institute for Biopolotics" 
which organization is currently being reactivated 
in this area as an organization that is "ant i- Semitic" 
and "anti-Negro" in character. 

In view of this fact, Chicago is desirous 
of receiving all in formation regarding ANDERSON and 
his activities and, therefore, requests that this 
division continue to be furnished with whatever 
correspon dence which say be received by Professor 
Indiana University, Blooaington, Indiana. 



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which was dated M*rch 20, 1060, rcflccta that the Polish 
Comsulnte, Chicago, recently ordered cigarettee from Xftperial 
Tobacco Bales fompiny of Caaada Limited at Jtofttreal, Canada. 
Brandy and liquor* hare boon ordered from a Chicago company, 
the Continental Diatribeting Company. 

On March 26, 1000, PAUL AMDMtSOM, who naid he In in 
public relatione bueinene, called at the Conciliate. Be naid 
that he noes nest of hie work for the "Institute of Bio- 



physics", which he naid "operates out of n Post Office hex". 
Ho cane to arrange for a risa to visit Poland. Be stated 
that he hoped to losre the country in April, goittf to Borsnda, 
the Asores and Portnfal before going to Poland. Be stnted 
that ho wonted to ho in Poland in Jftly, hut according to 
the Orbis arrangements, it would possibly bo August. 



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Bepublie". Me stnted that ho did not believe in a soeinlist 



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literature later, perhaps, at tor his return from lurope* 



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at northwestern University, ease to tho connuxnxo to pica up 
aoao study aatorlal* Ho said that ho was studying both Modlclno 
and political science and Indicated that bo would call again 
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date: 7*/29/60 



from : SA ROBERT J. SOLAN 



subject: PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON 

BOMBING .MATTERS - RACIAL MATTERS 



Contact with 



Chicago, Illinois, on 7/28/60., determi ned that c aptioned 
individual continues to remain abroad. I 1 stated that 
no information has been received to "indicate the possible t 
return date of ANDERSON. 



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MAX -NELSON, close associate of subjects, and through this 
association is in a position to receive immediate word of 
ANDERSON'S return to the United States. 

In view of above, It is recommended this case be placed 
In a pending Inactive status until word of ANDERSON'S return 
to the United States has been received. 



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This report, which was dat#4 April 23, 1960, 
reflectn that oa April 22, 1660, PAUL AH0BR8OH oallad 
at the Polish Con sulate, Ch icago, to pick up a visa* 
While welting for | | te eonplate his visa he 
inquired as to whetner tn« Consulate had any literature 
in English and ladioated that he was particularly interested 
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previously been In Finland and Spain. He said that he had 
heard various reports oa Poland and wanted to see Jfor 
hinaelf what things really looked like in Poland. He 
then abruptly asked | [ whether She was single p* 



marr ied and she was taken back b y the, statement and replied 

that I I He continued wanting to 

know way1^_^ was aero and her husband was there and 
intimated that it could. not be very pleasant lor her. She 
then told aim that in Poland a woman is more than Just a 



woman new, but that under the old regime she she would not 
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FROM : 
Subject: 



SAC, INDIAN POLIS (100-12488) 



PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON 
BOMBING MATTERS - 
RACIAL MATTERS 

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Reurlet dated 4/22/60. 

flnnt aot in this matter has been maintain ed 
with Prof essor I 



] Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, by 

SA IRVIN K. OWEN on 5/13/60 and 6/1 and l6/60. Professor 
I J advised that he has neither heard from the sub- 
ject or this case nor has he received any additional 
literature fr.om Chicago in this matter. He stated that 
he did not believe at this late date that he would 
receive any further contact from the subject, but if 
any such contact was made, he would <mtact this office 
Immediately. 



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SUBJECT: -PAUI aaORGB'ANTERSQN 
INTERNAL SECURITY - X 



A'TTTOT^IQlf; SA 1ROB5RT J. T)OLAN 

This memo contains -identical and questionable 
security references. 

.1. MISCELLANEOUS 



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receipt book: 

12/9 — $1.00 — .AN1B3S0N, .PAUL - Frdshp. 
(It cannot be determined by the writer if the above 
is identical "with "the subject of this memo.) 



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Ttefamatlon League, Hew York 'City, who told 
I I they had obtained the material from an 

unidentified Individual who had apparently .stolen 
th^e above material from ^A^HLE^s residence at 10 
W. 90th Street, !few York City. 

'It is -.noted that :on 2^27-59* an 'unknown 

man entered WAVQlM'n apartment and took tkO cash 
as well .as & National Henalssance Party mailing 
list from T'jnnxE .at gunpoint* 

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Fidwest Fact-Finding apartment - Summer, 1^59", 
dated 10-6-5$. 

The following information was contained 
under the heading "Juvenile "Ttellnquency and ,s tete 
Among the Young". 

"Youngsters Have 'been poisoned 'by some 
,oif the avid hatemongers who regularly grind out 
their tracts ot hate in many parts of the country.' 
One such hate-promoter paid the GMoago AUi a visit 
just a week ago when "he dropped in to seek some 
back -A1X Bulletins, -pretending -that he *was a 
student. "When "he was fully revealed as -PAT1L jW^RSON, 
who for the past six .years has been "playing around" 
with well -known bigots, 'he 1 blithely admitted hi's 
identity and proceeded ,,to deliver .a lengthy harangue 
on what lies .ahead for the Jews .and other "mongrel" 
people. AJJD2HS0U, now about 23 years of age, was 
.known to -us as 'an avid supporter of hate causes 
since his mid-teen years. He now proudly brags 
atout his association with "EtrS^AtS HtTIjjXNS and 
■MAYNAKB "MAX" NEDSSH, several tftieago "philosophers" 
of the hoped-for "new order." 

"ANDERSON comes .from .a fairly wealthy 
background, has done a wide amount of traveling, 
particularly -in BUrope, and minces no words in 
declaring that he and his associates are perfectly 
content to wait for -the proper time - "T^er 'Tag" - 
when they will all know -what to doi Background on 
Ai^RS^N and his colle.agues has been made available 
to appropriate law enforcement authorities." 



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close associate of PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON. 



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ANDERSON it is noted is currently un der invest igation 

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by this office as a potential bombing suspect. 

that some time ago durin g the course of a "meeting" of 
ANDERSON, USTACE miUaNS P" ■ ■ I two 



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unidentified girls were in attendance* 

while ostensively the meeting was .a cocktail 

prior to having dinner, $he entire time was spent discussing 

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was one of the .unidentified females present and that while 
she took no active part in the discussion both girls were 
ostensively aware of the Issues being discussed and demonstrated 
no surprise at the radical' remarks and stand taken by MULLINS 
and ANDERSON. 



ANDERSON said that a short time ago [ 



I had a 
purse stolen Iron her while she was at her employ ment. T he 
theft was subsequently reported to the police and I Icame 
to him expressing deep concern not over the loss of the purse 
or its contents but ov er certai n "records" that she aost^when be 
the purse was stolen, I l ad vised that subsequently becauseb7c 
of this theft several meetings were had by those individuals , b7D 

who are reportedly affiliated with the institute for 

Biopolitics . Be advised that because oi l 1 

| and bacMM* of his as sociation with these individuals 
his advice was sought. I I stated that it was his opinion 
that these individuals were highly concerned over the loss of 
these "records'* and that it is his belief these records are 
concerned with the so-called Institute for Biopolitics, its 
membership or their activities. y ^ .— - 



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from ANDERSON, MAYNARD NELSON or MATTHIAS KOEHL. 

It is noted that all of the individuals so mentioned 
have been designated as potential bombing suspect* of the, 
Chicago Division- 

In view of the allegations and opinions expressed be 

by j t is recommended that a. new racial matter 
classification investigation *• instituted concerning captioned^ 
individual. The investigation should be made looking into her 
activities to determine if she could possibly be considered 
as a potential bombing suspect of this division. 



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MATTHIAS KOBHL, JR. 10g-3g27 
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Purpose <m<J results of contact 

' ' Negative 

B&J Positive 



PCI advised that he had learned on this data 
through contact with ANDERSON* s father that 
ANDERSON is now in Bucharest and is planning 
on returning* to the United States the last 
of September* I960* Ho definite date has 
been set to date* 

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PCX also advised that KELSON and KOBHL are 
currently working together on "some project" 
and spend a couple of nights & week downtown 
together* Be will attempt to learn the nature 
of this project* 



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him since last contact. 



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PAXIL OBOROB ANDERSON 10&»236T 



Purpose an<t results o( contact 



Negative 
lAoJ Positive 



Contacts with PCX on 8/17,31/60 wore negative 
In that duo to pressing business on the part 
of PCX he was unable to follow through on 
contacts with MATT K0EHL# and MAX NELSON, He 
advised ho was in telephone contact with them 
periodically but had no information to report* 

PCX on 9/13/60 advised he had determined in 
his contacts with NELSON that PAUL ANDERSON 
will return from his European trip in about 
two weeks* He stated that from the nature of 
NELSON'S roraarks, ho expected some activity 
to follow ANDERSON'S return* , 



I I Security informant certified that he had furnished all information obtained by 

I I I ' him since lost contacts 



Persona* Data 



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Chicago, Illinois 
October 20, 1960 



PA1JI. OJ50RGE AHDERSOH 
BOMB1KG MATTIRS - 
HACIAL MATTERS 

A confidential lnforsant who has furnished 
reliable infometlon in the past advised on October 19, I960, 
that Paul George Anderson who is currently traveling Abroad 
was la Stat Berlin* Germany an or about tha first of 
October, I960. Sourca stated that available information 
Indicates Anderson will return to tha United states and 
Chicago, Illinois oa or about October 31, I960. 

Source stated the purpose of Anderson *s visit 
to Saet Berlin or the extent of his activities there is 
not known to his* 

This document conUins neither rcoommmdations nor 
conclusions of the TBI. It is the property af the TBI 
sad is leaned to your agency; it and Its ooateats are not 
to be distributed outside your agency. 



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TO ! DIRECTOR, FBI (100-415051) 

S^^^FROU: SAC, CHICAGO (105-2363) 

v . PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON 

LpOMBINO MATTERS - RACIAL MATTERS 

Re Chicago alrtels to Director, 4/18/60 and 
4/22/60, enclosing letterhead memorandum* 




Submitted herewith are the original and five 
copies of a letterhead memorandum setting forth i additional 
information concerning the current travel activities of 
captioned individual* 

The confidential Inf ormant nantlanil in 



attached letterhead Memorandum ii 

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PATO OBOROB AHDERSOK 10$-2363t 
Institute for Biopolities > 157 '3k- 




Negative 
Positive 



Puipose and results of contact 

Contact on 9/27/60,i\with;»ouree negative aa to date 
of expected return of AHDERSOK to United States from 
European travel* , 

On lO/n/60 source advised that In hi« contacts with 
those reported* to be .in Institute 'for Biopslitiesf 
■ince he originally gave information re this* org* :in 
nid^ January *i I960 — ' cause ,hi»- to doubt 'the validity 
of inf ermation /furnished-; him ' at that tine by AHDERSOK, 
However, , cine e ' AHDERSOK f ia abroad* he would rather 
.wait to view activity, of .group upon hie I return ;bef ore 
commenting re< this org*, Indie at i one now are that org 
issmore ^paper** that "anything -'and-mjy be figment of 
someones imagination* 

Source stated on. 10/l9/60< that' AHDERSOK according to 
postcard tent ;by him to source*/ was in' East Berlin on 
or about 10/1/60* Reason for 'being there* or extent 
of AHDERSOK »s activities -there unknown to< source at 
this time* 



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him since last contact. 



Personal Data 



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Hot In 



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PAHL ANDERSON 

IS - GERMANY 



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On 10/1/60, a naturalised British citizen of Hungarian 
birth^ named Mr. OABOR COSSA, contacted this office and Tarnished 
information concerning subject as set forth below* 

Jtr. COSSA, who is of Jewish extraction, bom In Hungary,, 
8/07/04, presently residing at 34 Srampington Street, Cambridge, 
England, stated that he met subject on a train travelling from 
Barcelona, Spain, to Paris* France, on 9/25yoO. 

He stated that conversations between he and ANDERSON 

place on a dinar un the train and that ANDERSON was avidly 

i-negro and anti-semi tic. His conversation reached demented 

portions, according to OOSSA, and tbAtANMRSON produced a 

rcter of Introduction whteh bore the letterhead of the Institute 

r Bio-Polities, tost Office Box 1785, Chicago 90, Illinois. 

PERSON stated that two names appeared on the letterhead, &, . 

BH8 fed M. NELSON, and that the letter was written in hoth 
tK*ish and German* 3ne letter was to act *9 a letter of intro- 
Itien which stated that Hr. PAUL ANDERSON was a representative 
this organisation. 

Mr. COSSA stated ANDERSON also produced an American 
asiport and his activities were such that he felt obliged to 
jsport ANDERSON to a representative of the American Government. 

He described ANDERSON as about 23 years of age, Hfht 
?own, wavy hair, thin build, glasses, 5 feet 9 or 10 inches tallj 
__ ISON, according to COSSA, informed him that he had travelled 
[n Germany, Hungary and Poland. 



, Bie institute for Bio-Politics arid other names men 
in this letter are unknown to this office and this matter is 
>roUght to the attention of the Legat, Bonn, and the Bureau 
information. 



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On November 23, iafift,l I 

advised SAs ROBERT J. DOLAN and JOHN W* TOEDT that on 
November 22, I960, he bad learned from MAX KELSON that 
PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON is currently travelling somewhere 

in Mexico. The da te of ANDERSON'S return to Chicago is 

unknown. I I stated that, according to NELSON, I 

l and AHDERSpW'g cry«rff»+.hAi» »w> ilfin »r»w»llinqp 

with h im in Mexico, | 



]NBLSON, NELSON gave no indication that he, NELSON, 



is concerned in current racial activities in the Chicago 
area. 



advised that he has bad Infrequent 
contact with NELSON and because of the volume of his, 

]he will be unable to afford the 



time necessary to devel op his acquaintanceship with 
NELSON. Also, 



, l stated indications are now that 
he will have even les s time in the future tfor such 
activities. I I e xplained that experience has shown 
that when he, | | contacts NELSON or ANDERSON, 
Intending to develop his relationship with them an d their 
activities, they have 



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that in view of his current workload, he does not feel 
that he can afford the Intrusion on the part of these 
men on his time. 



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stated, however, that he would be 
happy to continue to cooperate with the FBI as much as 
possible and would voluntarily furnish any information 
brought to his attention, though Jhe will not have the time to, 
seek such information out. 



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DATE 03-12-2011 BY 60324 UCBAWSAB/SBS 



TO : iSAC (105-2363) 
from ■: SA ROBERT J.. DOLAN 



Oate: February 7, 1961 



subject; PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON 
RACIAL MATTERS 



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On January 24. 1961 



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Illinois, advised he had Just learned that captioned individual 
had returned froa Europe perhaps so«e weeks ago, however, the 



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NELSON and | | during the past few months. He 

stated that earlier he began to f ornran opinion* that this so- 
called organization/ 7 the Institute for Biopoil 1 tl rtfl ■ does not, 
in fact, exist other than perhaps on paper, I s tated that 
recent" contacts with these individuals have solidified this 
opinion* * He stated that he has no information that these people 
are actually involved in organizational activity, even though 
thev were quite o utspoken as to their dislike for the Jew. 
I b tated. has not even indicated anti-semetjjc 

sympathies * s* 



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position to know of such activity since he has recently 

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professional contacts with her. 

Since ANDERSON has returned to the United States it is 
requested the case concerning him be reactivated looking toward 
his ultimate Inclusion 
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DATE 03-L2-201L BY 60324 UCBAW/SAB/SBS 



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C, CHICAGO (105-2363) 



pate: 3/31/61 



FROM 



SA ROBERT J. DOLAN 



Subject: PAUL GEORGE ANDERSON 
RACIAL MATTERS 



This matter was recently reactivated in the Chicago 
Division for Investigation of ANDERSON looking toward his 
ultimate inclusion as a potential bombing suspect of this 
division. 



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J Chicago, Illinois, who has previously 



furnished information to this office concerning ANDERSON, 
advised SAs ROBERT J. DOLAN and JOHN If. TOEDT that ANDERSON, 
who has been travelling abroad for the better part of one 
year, reportedly returned to Chicago for a short period of time 
toward the la±±amaart of 1960. According to information 

available to| J ANDERSON then continued his travels 

departin g for Mexico and irora there he has returned to Europe. 
I I stated that ANDERSON continues to travel abroad and is 
not expected to return to the U.S. for some period of time. 
He advised that he would immediately notify this office upon 
receipt of information indicating that ANDERSON had 
returned to the Chicago area. 

In view of the above, it Is recommended that this 
jaatter be placed in a pending inactive status until .such time 
as ANDERSON returns from Europe. .Following such return, this 
matter will again be reactivated regarding ANDERSON'S designation 
as a potential bombing suspect., 



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Memorandum 



*° - : SAC (105-2363) 



from -: j # v* TOEDT 



subject: PAtTL 'gboHGS ANDERSON 

.POTENTIAL B0KB1NG SUSPECT 



pate: 6/7/6I 



On 7/31/61 



Chicago, advised that ho had been contacted by one PAUL ANDER- 
SON relative to recruitment into some sort nf organization 

which ANDERS OK was allegedly operating. | |stated he 

had .determined that ANDERSON presently resides in the vicinity 
of. or oa rhans at, the Monterey Hot.el,, Clarendon and Montrose . 
I ~| requested that .his identity he protected-. 

. Dn-_8/V'6l It -was personally ohserved by the 

writer that | |was in contact with the subject. It -is 

recomended snax znis case be reactivated l\or the purpose at 
establishing the subject's currant residence .and -employment 
and reaching a determination relative to his designation as a 
potential bombing suspect. 




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